My friend's dentist said this is exactly what I need. [an OTC item that has nothing to do with dental work]
You WILL fill that with generic. [Pointing at me]
I have an upset stomach. I need Imodium or Milk of Magnesia now.
I'm calling to have you fill my prescription that's on automatic refill...
I'm allergic to prednisone and all steroids.
I refuse to take a Medrol pack because I don't want big muscles.
Don't run it on my insurance. I want to save them some money.
Did you fill my Silverstatin?
Did you fill my Atorka-statin?
Please fill my Lipitor. It's for my cholesterol. [Thanks, we didn't know that]
You don't really think I need to go to the ER, do you? [Patient's arm is covered in blood-soaked rags]
This medication expired in 2004. Do you think it's ok?
How come you're never here anymore? [I work 40 hours a week, sometimes more...]
Where's the Viagra? I can't find it out here anywhere.
[Phone rings several times... caller gets put on hold... finally I get to the phone] Wow, are you guys busy?
Why doesn't my insurance cover it?
[Phone rings... I answer] Is this a secure line?
Where's the Liver Pills?
[Waits in line 15 minutes to drop off a new script] Why will it take 45 minutes to fill it?
What's Prozac for? [Patient asks same question EVERY time he comes in]
YOU gave me Endocet. MY prescription was for Oxycodone!
But the OTHER pharmacist said it would be here...
See more from the past HERE.