How to use Google to find a pharmacy in the Philippines
I am a pharmacy tech.
I have been using Google to locate pharmacies in the Philippine territory of the same name for years.
But there was one pharmacy I did not know existed that I did need to call.
It is the one with the blue sign.
I decided to use the Google search engine to find it.
My search results were disappointing.
While the first result is listed as a pharmacy, it turns out to be a pharmacy that sells just one medicine.
The first search for “walmart pharmacy” yields the following results.
This is the pharmacy where I was looking for a medicine.
I know that it is a Walmart pharmacy, but the sign on the door says “Walmart Pharmacy”.
I was frustrated because the pharmacy is not listed on the map and there are no directions or anything to help me locate it.
I was hoping to find one of the “Best Pharmacies in the World” in the “Philippines” section.
I did find the best pharmacy in my area, but it was too far from my house.
I called Walmart Pharmacies customer service to get more directions, and the receptionist confirmed the pharmacy was in the area.
But as it turned out, the pharmacy does not sell any medication.
The receptionist also said there is no online pharmacy, and I would have to drive the 20 minutes to the nearest one.
I left a voicemail message, but I received no response.
I then called the number listed on their website.
A customer service rep from the company told me that they do not know if the pharmacy has a phone number.
I called back a few hours later, and after calling the phone number for a few more times, they finally gave me the address and phone number of a local Walmart.
I sent an email to the address to find out what to do next.
As I walked into the store, I was pleasantly surprised to see a young lady at the front counter.
She asked if I was a pharmacist.
I told her I was and she told me I would need to take the medicine out of the bottle and put it in a medicine cabinet.
She asked if there was a “speciality” medicine, and she pointed to the “medicinality” section on the pharmacy’s website.
I asked if it was a pill or a tablet, and my receptionist told me the pill was a prescription medicine.
But when I asked her if the pill would be safe to take in a pharmacy without a prescription, she told a different story.
While the pharmacy doesn’t sell a lot of pills, I decided that I would not waste my time by taking it.
It turned out to actually be the “perfect” medication for my health, and it did not have any side effects.
At the end of the day, I am glad I found Walmart pharmacy because I would like to visit that particular store again.
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