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  • 1.Omnicare

    1525 E Sunset Rd Ste 16

    Las Vegas,NV

    7.14 mi

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10/09/2017
By: Emeral D.
Partell Specialty Pharmacy
*Great and helpful staff*you don't wait long at all for assistance*professional advice and help*special services and best options*The location is near mental health clinic which is good but really far from where I live, so more locations would make this 6/5 stars :)
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10/09/2017
By: Annie S.
Dr. Ann Wierman Medical Oncologist
Dr. Wierman lacks basic adequate communication with patients/families and complete staff incompetence.My father was a patient of hers with stage 4 colon cancer and he is now near death because of complications from her treatment. It was nearly impossible to schedule appts. or even contact anyone in her office, she did not personally respond to any inquiries I made about my fathers care, and when he was able to see her she was always running extremely late and never spent more than 5 minutes with him. She also never answered questions directly and would not explain her reasoning for ordering new tests/treatments. Even when I would ask her specific questions about my fathers care she would give a curt sarcastic answer or completely evade it. I personally found her communication skills to be completely lacking.I wish now the we would have gotten a second opinion about his care and chosen a different oncologist.
09/21/2017
By: Mike C.
All City Pharmacy
I had two prescriptions from my doctor filled and to be delivered by them. The first came yesterday and was delivered late morning. The second had a mix-up and was supposed to be delivered this morning. When it wasn't delivered by 11:45AM I called and was told I would called right back after they contacted the delivery person. I called them back about 2 hours later when I still had not heard back from them. I was told it would be delivered 45 minutes or later as I was the last person on the route. I called my doctor and left a message stating that I no longed would allow prescriptions to be filled by All-City.
08/11/2017
By: Abisael G.
American Specialty Pharmacy
A place with more than 12 employees in sight and a single client, they made me wait almost 40 minutes to get 2 tubes of creams, meanwhile they playing and wasting time, do not observe any kind of professionalism among them, to top almost I go without one of the creams because after so much wait the employee as she was paying attention to everything but her job gave me a single cream and told me that I could go. Terrible place to go get your meds
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07/02/2017
By: Elmer W.
Fihn
The most incompetent, carless and irresponsible Doctor I have ever encountered. If you value your health, stay far away from this Doctor and his spiteful staff. I have deep regrets ever consulting him. I’m changing Doctors after only a few weeks.This Doctor is part of the WellHealth Medical Group and is enabled by Insurance Carriers like Amerigroup.
07/01/2017
By: Olivia W.
Unlimited Possibiltsss
If I could give this place a negative score I would. Ryan Brendon is a crook and his sidekick Joe is also. They play with lives if you're sent there thru the courts and will have you arrested if you don't give them additional money whenever they ask, they play with your freedom, and they are unorganized, they don't do aa they say in court as far as having a care plan set up at all you are just there. They need to be closely monitored so that they will do as they are suppose to. All Ryan wants is MONEY he could care less about the clients.BEWARE...
06/04/2017
By: Shawna C.
Walgreens
WORST WALGREENS EVER! They get prescriptions wrong, give people the wrong prescriptions and they're just plain rude! The store at Flamingo and Maryland is at least competent and I'd go there instead
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05/03/2017
By: Marcy R.
Walgreens
Horrible takes 30 min plus just to get treated rude and it just gets longer every time I am about to go to new store
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04/28/2017
By: Victoria W.
Osteostrong
I really didn't know what to expect. However, when I entered the office, I was greeted by the receptionist and Matt, the licensed trainer. Matt was very good in thoroughly explaining the whole process. It was a wonderful experience! I prefer this type of workout as I think it's better in targeting my muscle and joint pain. The hydrotherapy massage table is a must try - you won't want to leave! The Owner, Carolyn is very helpful and personable! The price for membership is extremely reasonable!!! Stop in, you'll be glad you did!! I wish there was an Osteo Strong in Chicago where I live! Hey, maybe I'll open one!!! :) :) :)Very satisfied customer,Victoria W.
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04/14/2017
By: Janice G.
Walgreens
if u care @ all abiut ur presciptions,dont bring them here...takes 48 hrs to fill a prescriptions ,there attitude is terrible,store was alittle dirty btw
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