My job as a cub pharmacist is to provide compassionate pharmacy service to our community. One of the things I love doing is helping people navigate their medications to make sure they are getting what they need. If you want to find out more about my job, you can check out my website.
I don’t recommend trying to use cub pharmacy hours as a replacement for taking medications. They’re really just a part of the process. I’ve had to take the time to explain the difference between a prescription and a refill to a patient, or explain that I’ll need to refill a prescription I already have. I’ve even had to explain to a patient the consequences of not filling their prescription.
Most people can’t understand why a prescription is supposed to be filled in a pharmacy. They assume a medication is meant to be purchased at a drugstore. It’s just not that way.
The reason why a prescription can be filled without a prescription is because it takes a prescription to fill it. If you can have someone fill a prescription at home, then there should be no reason for a doctor to need a prescription to get the medication filled.
The only reason why someone would go to a pharmacy is if they were going to be sick. So people still end up calling pharmacies for prescriptions and filling them without a doctor’s visit. This is completely and utterly stupid. You should never call a pharmacy to fill a prescription that you’re not going to use. That is just wrong.
The only time the screen gets a pop-up menu is when you are on the internet. A few days ago, the screen was turned off. I’ve been there, it’s been two weeks, and it’s gone forever.
The pharmacy hours page is a screen that pops up when you are on the internet, and basically says “I need this prescription right now, please hurry. I know you can’t help me, I know you can’t help me. I just really want some pills that are free.” I think that if you were to try to fill your prescriptions with the drugstore website, they would run you a check every time you tried to run down the list of available drugs.