Pharmacy delivery is a common practice in many parts of the world, but in Jerusalem it’s a rarity.
With the opening of a new pharmacy at the Old City in January, I thought I would explore the phenomenon and see if it could be done for me.
I had an idea of what I was looking for, but I was skeptical about the chances that it would work.
As I set up my camera I started to get a few questions.
One of the first ones I got was “How can I deliver my medication in the middle of Jerusalem?”
I had never heard of it, so I was surprised when a pharmacist offered to take me to a nearby pharmacy to pick up my prescription.
When I asked about the procedure, she explained that it was very easy and that the pharmacy would not charge me a cent.
She was able to take my order, but at the same time, the delivery would take about an hour.
This was a great service for me as it meant I would be able to get my medication to my patient in time for her appointment.
However, I had some questions about the costs involved.
When the delivery took place, I asked the pharmacist to verify that my medication was actually delivered.
The pharmacist confirmed that it had been delivered.
I was a little disappointed to learn that I would have to pay around $30 for the entire package of medications, but the pharmacy staff assured me that the price would not change and that I could pick them up for $1.50.
I decided to try it myself.
I waited for the pharman to get on the phone and I was waiting for the pharmacy to come and pick me up.
The delivery went perfectly and I received my medication within a couple of minutes.
The next day, I noticed that my appointment had gone ahead, which was a bit surprising.
I tried to contact the pharmacy again the following day, but they had yet to send me an email.
A few days later, I called the pharmacy and they confirmed that I had indeed been delivered and that it cost around $15.
I’m glad I waited and I am glad that I finally had a pharmacy that delivered to me and that my prescription was picked up by a friendly pharmacist.
I also appreciated the fact that they gave me the option of purchasing an additional pill from their pharmacy.
With that, I think I am now a happy customer.
I would definitely recommend that you try the pharmacy burger.
It’s a good option for people who do not have a regular pharmacy in their area.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
Yael Lefebvre is a Jerusalem-based author and journalist.
She lives in Jerusalem and travels the world for her writing.