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|Pharmacy|Elyria, OH 44035

142 Broad St, Elyria, OH 44035

(440) 322-7780

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Meri Ferrari on Facebook

3 years ago

08/06/2017, 08:40 AM
I have had nothing but issues with the pharmacists at the Elyria Rite Aid. When I was pregnant with my daughter and was prescribed an antibiotic, I went to ask the pharmacist if this would harm my unborn child. Being a new mom I wanted to make sure. I was rudely told "Well you don't have a choice, you have to take it. I don't have time to talk to you." I had the same attitude when asking if a different medication passed into the breastmilk after she was born. What finally has made me truly dislike and never use Rite Aid again is, my 10 month old daughter was prescribed Augmentin on Thursday and they offered to my husband to have it flavored for her, he's a first time father and doesn't know about it. Then when I called up there before I even gave her a dose of the medication and was told "we won't flavor it for her, it's not allowed." For a 10 month old to hold her down and force her to take nasty chalk tasting Augmentin is traumatizing to her. I called another pharmacy and they told me that infant and children's medications can be flavored to ensure compliance. The true kicker was Rite Aid put a pamphlet in her bag that said "Don't struggle with yucky medicine, ask your pharmacist to flavor it." But yet they refused to flavor her medication. I will never use Rite Aid pharmacy again.
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Meri Ferrari on Facebook

3 years ago

08/05/2017, 17:00 PM
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Robyn Galbos on Citysearch

12 years ago

03/25/2008, 10:20 AM
Drugstore offers personal-care and household products plus convenient online prescription refills. – In Short Debuting in 1962 as Thrif D Discount Center in Scranton, Pa., this drugstore chain became known as Rite Aid in 1968, and today is one of the largest in the nation. In addition to a pharmacy, each store carries a wide variety of health-care and household items--from nutritional supplements to cleaning supplies to snack foods. Flu clinics are held at various locations throughout the flu season.
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