A true Chicago success story, Charles Walgreen built his drugstore into the giant it is today through innovation in merchandise, layout and, most importantly, customer service. Walgreens was the first to offer pots and pans for the convenience of nearby cooks, and while they were a bargain at 15¢, all merchandise was reasonably priced. For the first time, customers could shop for personal care, beauty, and health products under warm, bright lights and in spacious aisles. Customers were greeted upon entrance, creating a welcoming atmosphere as they shopped for good and high quality prescription medication.
Today, Walgreens offers premium, customizable social stationery and photo printing, and continues to diversify its offerings in household products, convenience foods, personal care, beauty care, candy, and seasonal items.
In order to better serve the more than 32 million newly insured patients who will receive coverage as a result of health care reform, Walgreens has prepared to handle the estimated primary care shortage that could reach 40,000 physicians by 2020 by forming partnerships with large hospital operators and individual physicians across the country. If your physician has ordered a medication that you will be self administering or receiving in a physician's office, Walgreens can provide specialty pharmacy services.
Walgreen offers its products and services through drugstores, as well as through mail, by telephone, and via the Internet. Online customers can verify the status of their prescriptions orders, send in a refill order, and even sign up to get a flu shot in store.
Walgreens hopes that its customers are getting the best, most personalized service in every one of their stores across America. Participate through the link below to receive a free $50 Walgreens gift card.
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