When the health dept says "No Appointment is Necessary for BC Refill" does that mean
you walk in, pay for your pills ONLY and walk out
You walk in, sign in, sit in the waiting room, get called back, get weighed, and then pay for pills and an 'appointment'
If they charge for an appointment, FINE, they just need to make it CLEAR. When I called in twice to make sure I knew what it would cost so I could set the amount aside, they should have had the brains to say "there is also an appointment fee, your portion of that is going to be $27" (sliding scale)
EDIT! Okay! Some good_service!!! I had called and left a message about the expiration dates, and the nurse that I saw called me back. She's going to let me go in next week and pick up as many packs as needed (it would be 8 packs to last until 7/1 of next year...but I'm sure they don't have any that expire that late) and I won't be charged the fee! So yay. At least that is taken care of. I still say it was bad service that I wasn't informed that there was a fee for going in for the refill, but at least they are fixing it for me.