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08/02/2016
By: John W.
Agave Family Physicians
Horrible customer service!! I’ve seen Dr Macko for 2 years since moving to Maricopa. Although Macko seems to care about your health, this is the 2nd time he’s prescribed medication only to not have the scripts called into the pharmacy. Macko even told me directly it would be better for them to fax the scripts to the pharmacy rather than for me to hand carry them to get them filled. I was in to see Macko on 7/25/16 at 9:45 am. It took 5 phone calls to his assistance Bee and never received a call back which I requested. Speaking with the front office staff after not hearing back from Bee, they were less than helpful and very inpatient. It took until 6pm on 7/26 to finally get the medication I needed. I just received a certified letter in the mail today 8/1 letting me know it was unfortunate that Macko would no longer be seeing me and that I was to understand that script refills may require up to 48 hours to fill. It’s unfortunate that this wasn’t a script refill request.
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