It's lunch and it's the only time I can run to the Walgreens to pick up my medication that I ordered the day before.
There was one pharmacist taking care of drive-in customers. No one else was around. And this one pharmacist kept telling everyone waiting at the counter to form one line only because he's very busy. There were 5 people waiting including myself. The lady in front of the line said she's been there 15 minutes already, while only the drive-ins are being taken care of. What's the point of forming a line if no one there to help us.
After 10 minutes, I gave up and left. The lady in front was on the *** of explosion. Cannot blame her. I know everybody's got to eat. But they have to know also that that's when customers have time to come in. And why is drive-in customers more important than the one waiting at the counter.
Going to transfer my prescription of the small local pharmacist as soon as possible.
Product or Service Mentioned: Walgreens Pharmacist.