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Pharmacist Quynh Nhu Tran, RP, Walmart store 7361, 12631 Broadway St., Pearland, Texas 77584 / tylenol #3

1 12631 Broadway St.Pearland, Texas 77584, United States Review updated:

Reference: Discrimination Complaint
Compliant Against: Quynh Nhu Tran, RPh
Location: Walmart Store 7361
12631 Broadway St.
Pearland, TX 77584

On December 13, 2018 Pharmacist Quynh Nhu Tran, refused to fill the prescription for Tylenol # 3 for Sean Thompson, who was suffering with Tooth pain. The Prescription was for Tylenol #3, dsp. # 30 (Thirty), 1-2 po Q 4-6 hours prn Tooth pain, because I am not a Dentist she would not fill his prescription. She did fill the Chlorohexidine Gluconate 0.12 % Oral mouth Rinse but refused to fill the medicine to relieve his Tooth pain. I offered to rewrite the prescription eliminating the sig prn Tooth pain and just putting prn Pain, she still refused to fill the prescription because I am not a Dentist.

Her discriminatory actions resulted in my patient prolonged suffering with tooth pain, until the Tylenol # 3, Dsp. # 30 (Thirty) was filled at Walgreen.

I am a Family Practitioner and I possess all the credentials a Dentist have to medically treat Tooth Pain. Medical License J2210; NPI [protected]; and DEA FM5695690. This Pharmacist is using her authority as a pharmacist unjustly, and thereby causing the public harm and undo suffering of patients. She would benefit from additional Pharmacist Education training.

Respectfully,
Dr. Virginia Mills, M.D.
[protected]
13908 Morgan Bay Dr.
Pearland, Texas 77584

Dr
Jan 21, 2019
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Comments

  • Su
      21st of Jan, 2019
    0 Votes

    Complain in writing to your Board of Dentistry and Board of Pharmacists. I’m not sure if discrimination is the reason but he may be a recent graduate of school. Tylenol 3 with or without codeine? There are a lot of narcotic medications you can prescribe. Why can’t you do a dental procedure to fix it up?

    BTW, it’s highly unprofessional to put a patient’s name on the World Wide Web. They are now permanently in search engines and perhaps they don’t want their information to be made public. If this were happening to me, I’d bring charges against you for lack of confidentiality.

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