CVS Pharmacy in Turlock CA
There are 3 CVS Pharmacies in Turlock, California.
Best CVS pharmacies in Turlock, California
Address: 3000 Countryside Dr, Turlock, CA 95380
Phone: (209) 632-0370
Rating: (4.8 / 5)
Because I recently switched to Medicare and consequently have had to move prescriptions to Target, I have been pleasantly surprised and the patience and positive treatment of those in the pharmacy department. I hadn’t wanted to change from my nonpreferred pharmacist; but Target personnel have been very helpful and friendly. – Marilyn Ohlsson
Cvs pharmacy has been OUR first choice to OUR medical needs (medications),if they are out in a specific medication they will make sure to order it for you in no time.Great staff , They do make sure u have just enough to get by until paid by insurance,of course that depends on the type of medication.excludes controlled substance.Again on behalf of my husband and I we like to take the time and thank you for your time and patience . – ashley mahlavi
Address: 1621 Lander Ave, Turlock, CA 95380
Phone: (209) 669-6446
Rating: (3.1 / 5)
They never have the medication in stock and give eta’s of ‘some time next month’ on when they will get them. Thank God it’s not a life threatening necessity or my would have died just waiting on them. I have no faith in this pharmacy or is staff at all. If you can…go to Safeway. – Megan Fontes
Water fountain next to pharmacy is disgusting. It’s worse than any water fountains I have seen in my life….I guess its implying that you gotta buy water to quench your thirst…can you imagine your kids drinking from this fountain…atleast red tape it or something – Harbindar singh
Great costumer service at pharmacy, very reliable on having your medicine ready on time, you get text alerts, and you can view and refill your meds all on the cvs app. Switched from Walgreens to CVS on lander because of the way better service. Thank you – Evan Cardenas
Address: 3100 Geer Rd, Turlock, CA 95382
Phone: (209) 664-1121
Rating: (2.6 / 5)
Pharmacy has short of employees or they are very slow people working inside, management not to worried about how to care and organizatized to drive through people, there is long line at the window and each vehicle took more than 25, 30 minutes to get there prescription.
Zero Star – Gurnam Singh
Overworked. Overwhelmed. Understaffed. Bad attitude. What most employees don’t understand is that sick people rely on them for fast service, pleasant attitude, and a little sympathy to feel better. The pharmacy is usually the last stop to feeling better after a long miserable sick day waiting for the doctor to prescribe meds. – Joey Mercado
28 minutes on hold with the pharmacy before I gave up & this was all through the automated phone system! And this is not uncommon!
When you go inside, they are kind & helpful but AWFUL over the phone. Losing a lot of coustmers this way! Need to improve! – Jennifer Lafollette