The Reutzel Pharmacy is a small retail pharmacy located in the heart of the East Village. They’re an independent, family-run business, and the owner, Michael Reutzel, is a veteran who has had a long history of success in the pharmacy world.
He started out as a bottle shop in the 1970s and has been in business for over 35 years. From the opening of his first store in 1971 until his death in 2004, he was known for being a true gentleman and a true business owner. In fact, his pharmacy is now owned by his two daughters who run it as a family business.
The store is located in the East Village, near the intersection of Fifth and Grand. Reutzel opened this shop here in 1971; his name is still on the door. The small storefront contains a small, simple pharmacy. Behind the pharmacy is a small, dark room where most of the prescriptions are dispensed. Here, the pharmacy serves a large area, with two registers and a small office area.
And if you’re one of the few people who have never seen this pharmacy, it’s here because they got a lot of traffic and have recently expanded the space. They also like to call themselves “The Pharmacy,” because if you’re going to get a prescription, you want it right away. One of the employees, Mary, is the owner and manager of the pharmacy. She also has a small office on the small side, where she dispenses the day’s prescriptions.
Mary serves the area with two registers and a small office. She has a small office behind the pharmacy.
She’s been dealing with a lot of people over the past few months dealing with people who can’t find their prescriptions because they’ve been sent back for “refunds.” This is an issue that occurs around every corner these days, and it’s one that has to be dealt with. Mary has to constantly be on the lookout for those “refunds” to avoid a repeat of old problems.
A lot of our customers are also worried about the future of their prescriptions. That’s especially true because some people have purchased a lot of prescriptions and theyve been sent back for credit. Mary is the only pharmacy in the area and she has to deal with thousands of people who come to her and ask for their prescriptions.
As a result, while Mary is always careful to not give any refunds, she also has to make sure she always has enough staff to deal with all of those customers. This, in turn, leads to a lot of problems. When people have to wait on line to get a prescription, they often start to think what they would do if they could only get that prescription at home, instead of having to wait for hours on line.
While Mary’s customers may be nice, her staff aren’t. It’s not just that they constantly have to deal with them. It’s that they have to work on a strict hour and a half schedule to keep the pharmacy running. It’s hard to know when they’re done until you can see through the front window: the pharmacy is usually filled with customers when the pharmacy staff have all gone home.
The pharmacy staff are just one part of the problem. They are the only part of the pharmacy that can control the hours of the pharmacy and the store. But what’s more frustrating is the fact that they aren’t working for free. Their wages depend on the hours in which they are working. They have to pay a minimum of $2.50 per hour for their hours, but the hours they work are the only part that really counts.