Posted August 11, 2018 11:13:01The latest results from the University of Washington Health Center show that the Walgills health center pharmacy, Walmart Pharmacy, got an A+ rating from the Washington Times.
The health center, which provides health care services to more than 600,000 Washington residents, has received more than 20,000 patient reviews, more than 100 patient referrals and more than 3,200 referrals for prescriptions.
“We believe that Walgillys health center is an excellent choice for those with a family or individual medical need,” said Dr. James Dolan, the study’s lead investigator and a UW Health School of Public Health researcher.
The study was conducted from July 9 to Aug. 12, and involved more than 250 people who were enrolled in the Health Center.
It has been reviewed by the Washington State Medical Association and the Washington Post.
The results are based on the first 3 months of the study, when Walgilled pharmacy received more patient referrals, received more prescriptions, filled more prescriptions and treated more patients.
Walgillies Health Center pharmacy has a referral rate of about 7 percent.
“The Walgilling health center has provided health care for more than 5,000 patients in the past five years,” said the study.
“We continue to be impressed with the quality and value of their services.”
The study also showed that the Health Centers patient satisfaction rate for the three months of study was about 85 percent.
The Health Center also received an “A+” rating for its quality of care.
Walmart Pharmacare received a score of 90 out of 100, based on a variety of criteria, including patient satisfaction, patient care and the quality of its care.
The Health Center received an overall score of 98 out of a 100.
It was awarded an “F” for quality of service.
Walmarts pharmacy received a “B” rating from Washington Times for quality, service and patient care.
“Walmart is a very successful health care company that has achieved many of the health care objectives that we set for ourselves,” said Walgallais chief executive officer, Scott Schleifer.
“But we also want to be accountable for the results.”
Walmart received an average score of 7.4 out of 10 from the study for its services.
“When you look at the quality, care and patient satisfaction we see in Walgallys health centers, we feel that it is an outstanding pharmacy,” said Schlefer.
“The Walgarys Health Center is the ideal choice for a family health care provider.”
The Walmart pharmacy received an A grade from the Waits Clinic for the first three months.
That is an “AA” grade for quality.
“That is a big improvement over Walgalls average score,” said Mark L. Hirsch, a professor of public health at the University Of California-Davis School of Medicine.
“They have improved from being a very good pharmacy and then being rated ‘A’.”
The study concluded that Walmart received high marks in two areas: patient care quality and patient service.
The Wallills Health Center was rated as the third-best pharmacy in the state.
The Walgilles health center was rated in the top 10 in a list of the nation’s top health care providers.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Health Center ranked in the third place.
The UW-Madison health center had the lowest rate of emergency room visits and emergency room patients.