The clerk handed my prescriptions to the pharmacist in the consultation area, where the pharmacist proceeded to discuss each of my medication with me.
I told him to stop. I told him that other people were standing behind me and my rights to privacy were being violated.
I demanded that he stop and said that I did not want this, and he only continued.
He (the pharmacist) then said that this was the Wal-Mart policy and that he was following his instructions and that he was being videotaped to insure that he complied.
I then ask to speak to the manager, her name was Carla, and again explained the utter embarrassment that I had just been put through. I explained that I did not want this public disclosure of my private health information, and she said I had no choice.
So now Wal-Mart disrespects the dignity of a person.
At this point I am looking into contacting my insurance company and HIPPA to determine what can be done to stop Wal-Mart from any further publicly disclosing my medical and prescription information.