Last month Walgreens really impressed me with a letter providing useful information about my childs's EpiPen Jr. (epinephrine) Auto-Injector that we last filled with them.
I thought this was a great extra service. They provided very useful information such as:
- Always make sure we keep EpiPens at home, school, etc.
- We should always carry two EpiPen injectors
- Reminding us to be sure they are stored properly - Not in the refrigerator or in a car
- And to make sure they are not EXPIRED
All the information in the letter is very important and is a great reminder.
I had already had our EpiPens refilled, just not by Walgreens, unfortunately. With our new insurance we can only fill out "maintenance" medications with a certain pharmacy. But when we can go to Walgreens, we do. Our "other" pharmacy doesn't give us the same service.