Hmm, what would front desk workers like to see under their office tree? Perhaps a way to make more income out of it. Ok, maybe it can be used that way at some point. Zithromax is commonly used for people who have throat, ear or bacterial infections. The generic name for it is called Azithromycin and it is classified as an antibiotic. Many people who feel they a coming down with a cold take Zithromax to relieve them of the symptoms. It is a very common drug and often takes the place of other medicines on the market to relieve discomfort and symptoms due to colds or bacterial infections. I often ask myself when patients call and since they are probably going to the pharmacy anyway, why don't they use one of the "trusted name brands" of medicine on the market to help with their cough and other symptoms? Or do I get paid to think? I'm 50 and quite frankly or Benjamin I'm tired of the madness, you can only be a sap for so long. Then I began to think, but only to myself, as I though this would most beneficial so no one would hear my thoughts, pennies, pennies, pennies. Patients love to feel catered to and this is proven to be a more correct response since pharmacy delivery has taken the place of fast food at your door service. Medicine becomes part of a menu of choices that patients get to select based on their particular tastes, expenses and needs at the time. The thought of calling a physician to have a medicine called in to the pharmacy of choice becomes a ritzy experience. The front desk workers then become waitresses that just funnel the orders through to the pharmacy properly so that the meds can then be delivered hot and as needed. Zithromax is very popular, but I don't know of it to be commonly bought as an over the counter drug unless you use a mail order pharmacy and this won't help with your immediate problem. So getting back to my front desk request in a medical office besides that other human gesture, I would like that pharma-heaven if there is such a word to make Zithromax available in pharmacies you know the store retail type so that it can be purchased over the counter just like regular cough medicine. But then again at times even that loses it's fizz and patients need something stronger which is not over the counter. Zithromax- no longer the controlled substance of the medical office front desk! Please note Zithromax is not a controlled substance, but the common request is...
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