Myself,i believe its very inportant to have a good one,as it is with your doc.I go to a mom and pops pharmacist,and sometimes they go way out of there way to help me.A yr and a hlf ago my doc. retired,i was on o.c 40 mg and oxycodone 15mg for b.t. Well,at my first app. with the new doc.[at the time] she looked at my med. chart and said" I'm not giving you these med." She didn't even look at my m.r.i's or reports from all the specialists,or anything.She just said she was not giving me these med. So she gave me 75 of the 15;s and that was it. I went to my pharmacist and told him,he said,IS SHE OUT OF HER MIND! To make a long story short,my pharm. called the primary care center and said,"this guy has been on o.c for a long time,and it is very careless to just take him off the med. without at least weening him off,well i got a new doc. but i just wanted to give an example how my pharm. went out of his way to help me.