Rite Aid

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  • 14625 SW Allen Boulevard

    Beaverton, OR 97007

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  • 503-643-2724

About Rite Aid

Categories
  • Pharmacies
  • General Merchandise Stores
  • Health Care Equipment
  • Diabetic Supplies
  • Convenience Stores
  • Food
  • Beauty Supplies Stores
  • Beauty Supply Sales
  • Greeting Cards
Details
  • First Aid Supplies
Hours
M-Su 7am-10pm
Associations
  • KidCents
  • Folds of Honor
  • Children’s Miracle Network
Emails
  • customer.service@riteaid.com
Year Established
  • 1962
Products
  • Prescription Medicine
  • Over The Counter Medicine
  • Flu Shots
  • Immunizations
  • Cosmetics & Beauty
  • Skincare
  • Vitamins
  • Snacks and Candy
  • Health & Wellness Goods
  • Home Medical Equipment
  • Diabetic Supplies
Specialties
  • Prescriptions
  • Medicine
  • Beauty
  • Skincare
  • Vitamins
  • Household Products
  • Personal Care
  • Birth Control
  • Vision Care
  • Greetings Cards
  • Food, Snacks, and Drinks
  • Baby Products
Payment Options
  • American Express
  • Apple Pay
  • Cash
  • Check
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Samsung Pay
  • Visa
Brands
  • L'Oreal
  • Revlon
  • Gillette
  • Maybelline
  • Nature Made
  • Neutrogena
  • Vicks
  • Tide
  • Colgate
  • Crest
  • Advil
  • Hershey
  • Claritin
  • Pampers
  • Kellogg's
  • Plan B
Services
  • Pharmacist Consultations
  • Immunizations
  • One Trip Refills
  • Foreign Language Translation Services
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Rx Savings Programs
  • Medicare Prescription
  • Diabetes Management
  • Higi Health Management Station
  • Free Blood Pressure Screenings
Languages
  • English

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I really hate moving-lived in the same neighborhood for 35 years so maybe I'm just a tad bit stuck in my ways. Nevertheless, I have moved...not far, about 5 miles, just far enough to decide maybe I needed a new neighborhood drug store.\n\nTook in my monthly prescription - something that I've been getting filled for years at Freddys with no problems. I brought my insurance card prepared to fill out forms and so on, with a happy smile on my face.\n\nThe pharmacy clerk was brisk and a tad bit snotty to me. Maybe she was having a bad day. Went to wander around while I waited for my prescription and decided to use the rest-room. Asked a cashier at the front where the rest-rooms where and she sent me to the back-no mention of needing a key. Door was locked so I waited thinking someone was inside, the snotty pharmacy clerk stood there and watched me wait. After 15 minutes of doing the potty dance, I asked if there was another rest-room I could use and she then told me I needed a key to get in, then took her time getting it for me.\n\nThe rest-room was dirty, there was no toilet paper or seat protectors. When I returned the key I mentioned the lack of TP and Ms. Snotty Woman simply didn't acknowledge my comment.\n\nFinally they called me to the pharmacy and told me they couldn't fill my prescription because it was written wrong. I'd waited 45 minutes for this. My doctor writes 3 of the same prescription for me to fill once a month and has been doing it for years. I realize that dispensing opiates can be iffy in the present era, but honestly, as a 67 year old, I am not what you'd call a drug seeker kind of person-however I was treated here as though I was trying to scam them out of pain meds. If they had doubts, they could have called my doctor, but instead I was treated like a criminal.\n\nAfter telling me they couldn't fill it, I said ""OK I'll take it to Freddys, where I have been getting it filled just fine."" The clerks looked at each other and then Ms Snotty Woman said ""Do you want the prescription?"" ""Well yes I want my prescription..How the heck am I going to have it filled without having it?"" She did not want to give my prescription back to me.\n\nI don't put up with this kind of treatment.\n\nTook it to Freddys, got it filled in 20 minutes and decided I didn't need anything bad enough to ever go to this Rite Aid again.\n\nPoor service, poor attitude, unclean store, not a place I want to spend my money-I'll go out of my way to shop elsewhere.

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I really hate moving-lived in the same neighborhood for 35 years so maybe I'm just a tad bit stuck in my ways. Nevertheless, I have moved...not far, about 5 miles, just far enough to decide maybe I needed a new neighborhood drug store.\n\nTook in my monthly prescription - something that I've been getting filled for years at Freddys with no problems. I brought my insurance card prepared to fill out forms and so on, with a happy smile on my face.\n\nThe pharmacy clerk was brisk and a tad bit snotty to me. Maybe she was having a bad day. Went to wander around while I waited for my prescription and decided to use the rest-room. Asked a cashier at the front where the rest-rooms where and she sent me to the back-no mention of needing a key. Door was locked so I waited thinking someone was inside, the snotty pharmacy clerk stood there and watched me wait. After 15 minutes of doing the potty dance, I asked if there was another rest-room I could use and she then told me I needed a key to get in, then took her time getting it for me.\n\nThe rest-room was dirty, there was no toilet paper or seat protectors. When I returned the key I mentioned the lack of TP and Ms. Snotty Woman simply didn't acknowledge my comment.\n\nFinally they called me to the pharmacy and told me they couldn't fill my prescription because it was written wrong. I'd waited 45 minutes for this. My doctor writes 3 of the same prescription for me to fill once a month and has been doing it for years. I realize that dispensing opiates can be iffy in the present era, but honestly, as a 67 year old, I am not what you'd call a drug seeker kind of person-however I was treated here as though I was trying to scam them out of pain meds. If they had doubts, they could have called my doctor, but instead I was treated like a criminal.\n\nAfter telling me they couldn't fill it, I said ""OK I'll take it to Freddys, where I have been getting it filled just fine."" The clerks looked at each other and then Ms Snotty Woman said ""Do you want the prescription?"" ""Well yes I want my prescription..How the heck am I going to have it filled without having it?"" She did not want to give my prescription back to me.\n\nI don't put up with this kind of treatment.\n\nTook it to Freddys, got it filled in 20 minutes and decided I didn't need anything bad enough to ever go to this Rite Aid again.\n\nPoor service, poor attitude, unclean store, not a place I want to spend my money-I'll go out of my way to shop elsewhere.

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Rite Aid is a leading drug store chain offering superior pharmacies, health and wellness products and services, complete photo printing, and savings and discounts through our wellness+ rewards loyalty program. Rite Aid’s mission is to improve the health and wellness of our communities through engaging experiences that provide our customers with the best products, services and advice to meet their unique needs. Customers confidently choose us first for their everyday health and wellness needs because we consistently understand and exceed their expectations. Come visit Rite Aid to to see how With Us, It’s Personal.

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