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  • Transcript All greens calling about a delayed pharmacy order to continue press one now but Espanol must get in the way of a this is Walgreens located at the northwest corner of Richmond Road and Robison road in Texarkana calling to let you know your orders delayed due to an insurance issue that we're working to resolve if your insurance has recently changed please call the pharmacy at 903-838-3988 extension 2 provide updated insurance information otherwise the pharmacy may reach out to you if we need anything else and we'll notify you once the prescriptions been filled Finally if you like to change your communication preferences please visit our website or to opt out of future order update calls please call 844-924-7733 thank you for choosing Walgreens we look forward to seeing you soon.
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