When the health dept says "No Appointment is Necessary for BC Refill" does that mean
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.