Went to the Dr. yesterday for a quarterly checkup. The day before I got a reminder from their office about the visit and was told to bring in all my prescriptions for the dr. to review. This was the first time they had asked me to bring in my prescriptions so I was curious as to why. Anyway, I was in the exam room getting my blood pressure, pulse, etc. checked by the nurse before the dr. come in, I ask her whatâ€™s the deal with bringing in the prescriptions. She went on to explain the reason the dr. wanted to see them is because they were getting feedback from patients (I guess) that the pharmacies were filling the wrong prescription, wrong dosage, wrong usage, etc. and they wanted to make sure everyoneâ€™s medicine was correct. To me I place this issues squarely on all doctors and not on the pharmacy. Have you ever tried to read the prescription on the paper they give you to give to the pharmacy, it looks like some other language besides English. No wonder the pharmacies get it wrong sometimes it is amazing they donâ€™t get it wrong a lot more. I am amazed more pharmacist donâ€™t require them prescription to be clearly legible so more errors are not made. I bet if they started rejecting to fill the prescription until the dr. wrote it clearly, this would fix the problem. Just a rant and an observation.