The pharmacist knows you’re on your way to your pharmacy.
They’re polite, attentive, and patient.
You’re on the road, looking to buy a prescription, and the pharmacist can’t help but notice that you’re getting sicker.
They’ll take the time to explain to you why you’re sick and ask you to take a few more pills.
They don’t need to tell you about the risks associated with taking those pills.
The pharmacy will be less likely to refuse you a refill.
You’ll be more likely to be able to trust the pharmacy when you need to make a purchase.
The pharmacist you meet on the street can make a pharmacy look like a great place to shop, and there’s no reason to think otherwise.