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11/13/2016
By: Gloria S.
White Hall Pharmacy
A very caring pharmacy with caring people. They all go out of their way to help you and make sure that your pharmacy experience is pleasant. My family has used this pharmacy since they opened and have never had a bad experience. Love the smiles and how they shudder when they have to tell you what your copay-coinsurance is. It is not their fault. Thank you Whitehall Pharmacy for caring.
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05/16/2016
By: Jay F.
CVS Pharmacy
Love the evening cashiers. Very nice, helpful, and friendly. Always helps me no matter what I need. Love cvs!
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10/27/2015
By: Deanna B.
CVS Pharmacy
Front of store staff rude. Always have to look and find someone to check out. Privacy screen for flu shots would be nice.
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