By: Arnold Wyrick
And Rogan points out consumers need to take a really close look at what Wal-Mart is truly offering. "There's a list of only so many different medications. Then the quantities are smaller. So see that's how they're getting around that," Rogan said.
But some folks in Carbondale say lower prices for their prescriptions is worth looking into. "I think with today's needs $4 prescriptions, I think it's going to catch a lot of people's eye. I think it's going to be a big factor. I think it'll make people change pharmacies," says Elden Shaffner of Carbondale.
And as far as Rogan is concerned, he's banking on his friendly customer service, and rural location to keep people coming back for all their medical needs. "It doesn't affect me very much at all simply because most of our prescriptions are third party. We have very few cash patients. So it won't affect me," Rogan said.