CVS Pharmacy in Houston TX

There are 82 CVS Pharmacies in Houston, Texas

Address: 8605 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77063, United States

Phone: +1 713-331-0374

Opening Hours: 10:00am-6:00pm

Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4 / 5)


“This is my favorite pharmacy. I drive by 2 other CVS stores to go here. Chris is very friendly and knowledgeable and takes the time to explain things. He has given me many shots and never hurt me. He’s a real pro!!” – Mark Kirschke

“Chris really helped us out today he’s a great asset at this location made our day.” – Houston Guy

Address: 19955 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77094, United States

Phone: +1 281-492-7906

Opening Hours: 9:00am-7:00pm

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5)


“Katelynn was the greatest she helped in ways no other CVS pharmacist has ever done and I’ve always used your pharmacy thank you, Katelynn, you’re awesome” – Danielle Christopher

“Went to get medication from the pharmacy. As soon as I got there the lady in the back screams DO YOU HAVE INSURANCE??? Both associates were rude as it was my first time having to pick up medication. They treated me like I was trying to get over on them or steal and all I needed was a help to access the needed information from my insurance. Needless to say, if you are BLACK they will treat you like you shouldn’t be there and they definitely didn’t have any sense of customer service. I won’t shop at this target 🎯 as me and my family has been followed before but this is the tipping point. We live in Katy and both work full-time jobs but we get treated like criminals everyone we walk in here” – James Milton

Address: 1001 Waugh Dr, Houston, TX 77019, United States

Phone: +1 713-807-7859

Opening Hours: 7:00am-11:00pm

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars (3 / 5)


“Absolutely the worst pharmacy I have been a customer. This place uses to be excellent until the older blond lady Pharmacist started theirs. She is rude and they do t answer their phone. A kind this store like the plaque. I finally called their corporate office and complained. Do yourself a favor and avoid this location.” – Larry Parker

“Absolutely the most difficult pharmacy I have ever dealt with. It took over a week to get my medicine between waiting for a shipment of a COMMON medicine and them calling back and forth between my doctor to get the “correct” prescription.” – Nathan Thompson

Address: 917 Main St, Houston, TX 77002, United States

Phone: +1 713-982-5565

Opening Hours: 8:00am-10:00pm

Rating: 2.8 out of 5 stars (2.8 / 5)


“I feel the same way about the security scan on all aisles… I spend money there a lot out of convenience. With the high prices and homeless people everywhere, I still come here but don’t feel appreciated enough for my time spent.” – Dee Gee

“The store was very busy but the store manager Radka helped out and made sure the line moved quickly. She also was able to help me with an issue I had with my transaction!! I never write these but she went above and beyond with the customer service! Great job highering her!” – Jermaine Hill

Address: 1525 N Loop W, Houston, TX 77008, United States

Phone: +1 713-868-7456

Opening Hours: 7:00am-10:00pm

Rating: 2.9 out of 5 stars (2.9 / 5)


“We were unable to purchase Astros gear the cashier just said she can not sell it to us because the scanner didn’t work on it, she had a bad attitude and doesn’t make any effort to sell, she said the merchandise will be discharged as damaged, really?? can she possibly type the numbers in the register? Just saying.” – Alicia Lupercio R

“This place (I’ve been there a few times) is never busy when I go in there, but somehow it takes forever to get someone to come to help you check out so that you can leave. The young Hispanic gentleman (maybe late 20’s early 30’s) whom I think a supervisor or manager of some kind was a tremendous help with my questions… or wait, no he wasn’t. He was the opposite of that. Maybe it’s a secret as to whether or not they sell various items, and he was just upholding company policy. There’s really no way to be certain, especially if you have to rely on him for ANY answers to ANY questions. I do have to hand it to him for nailing one of the more difficult attitudes to pull off, because he’s got the whole “cheerfully disrespectful” thing down pact, with customers that are. His female staff is treated with a lot more sincerity and interest from him. I know it’s a CVS so I didn’t expect some grand display of hospitality or exemplary display of leadership in customer service, but I just don’t think it should’ve sucked so badly. Ya know? Like sometimes when you leave a place even though they couldn’t help you, you just feel like “ok, well… not their fault, so they didn’t have it, at least they seemed concerned (or offered some other suggestion, or even acted like they attempted to care)” But then there are the other times where you leave there wondering how come to some people work in customer service if they get so annoyed with customers… for ending up in “customer service” required situations, like requesting information. I understand that I hadn’t made a purchase, but it WAS my full intention to do just that, assuming they were able to provide me with adequate information. Additionally, if the shelves had been better organized and products properly faced and in their advertised locations, it’s possible it wouldn’t have had to bother them with any questions at all. But I was able to save 100% of my allocated budget to spend at another vendor’s location where I was given far better treatment than I received here. So that was a good thing. Remedial training perhaps? Idk, but maybe not acting so apathetic and impious towards customers would go a long way. Just try not to suck so much really.” – Eddy Fugazi

Address: 1003 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77006, United States

Phone: +1 713-807-8491

Opening Hours: 7:00am-12:00am

Rating: 3.1 out of 5 stars (3.1 / 5)


“I hate coming to this location there is ALWAYS a homeless person right outside the door begging you for money. It is so uncomfortable and unsafe! They don’t seem to care at all.” – Me Me

“Don’t give the minute clinic your business! I was early for my appointment that I scheduled but ended up having to wait an extra hour to be seen. That extra hour meant that my TB test was past the time to be read and the nurse practitioner refused to read it. You are better off going somewhere that sticks to their appointment schedule.” – Noah Collaco