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32 yr old disabled son transfered his Medicaid from NY to NJ. Took prescriptions to CVS Clinton St.Hoboken. The Pharmacist did not fill prescription, told son to come back another time, did not call Medicaid to inquire on Son's behalf and son came back to car with no psychiatric medicine. Mother (me) intervened and pharmacist refused to call Medicaid or to fill the prescriptions. He was extremely ...
Description of Work CVS Clinton St Hoboken NJ Pharmacist refused to fill NJ Medicaid prescriptions. CVS Pharmacist delayed filling of NJ Medicaid prescriptions. CVS Pharmacist didn't even make a call to the Medicaid Insurance provider until the customer demanded that he do so. I have been to this Pharmacy twice. On both occasions the Pharmacist required the disabled customer to make 2 trips to the CVS store to pick up his medication. .
Category pharmacy,patient advocates
They are close to our house. They are very professional. We don?t have to wait at the counter for a long time to get our prescriptions. There is always someone there to help us. When we call, they answer right away. They even remind us about new refills and other things. They are friendly for the most part.
Description of Work We go to CVS Pharmacy.
We used to live right round the corner from the pharmacy. Now we are about the same distance from it as we are from the next closest one. They are quick about filling prescriptions compared to the other one, and it's convenient for us.
Description of Work We get our prescriptions filled at the pharmacy.