David Suttles Jr. If you listened to the story she was there picking up for herself not her husband. You have to authorize a spouse beforehand to allow them to pickup a perscription. You don't just show up at a pharmacy and say "I'm the wife". It does'nt work that way. Anyways, it's clear that his wife had never picked up his medications before or else she would have known about the viagra. Regardless, the clerk has no business sharing medical information even with a spouse (since they aren't medically trained). They should always refer them to the medical professional called........a pharmacist.
Indrid Cold If you can have someone pick up your medications for you then they are an authorized person to pick up and discuss. My wife picks up my meds all the time and discusses it. She is authorized.
David Suttles Jr. Theres no such thing as a perscription "account" at CVS or any other store so it's impossible to have anyone on your "account". Pharmacies aren't banks and it's illegal for ANY employee other than the pharmacist (with written authorization only) to disclose any medical information period. CVS clerks aren't licensed medical professianls and have no business sharing private medical information with anyone.
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