Where Is Walgreens Corporate Office Headquarters

Walgreens Headquarters Address and Contact

Walgreens
  • Address: 200 Wilmot Rd, Deerfield, IL 60015, United States
  • Phone Number: +1 847-315-2500
  • Email: NA
  • Number of Employees: 230,000
  • Established: 1901
  • Founder: Charles Rudolph Walgreen
  • Key People: Allan Squire (Executive Chairman)
    Richard Ashworth (President)
    Stefano Pessina (Executive Vice Chairman & CEO)

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Walgreens Headquarters Contact Info

Pharmacists are health care professionals who provide prescribed medications to patients. They also offer their expertise on the safe use of the medications. Pharmacists and pharmacies are required in the delivery of health care services. Sometimes, it might happen that you may not understand your doctor’s instructions regarding the dosage of medicine. A pharmacist is a person who is well-skilled to provide you with healthcare information about any kind of drug.

In the year 1901, Walgreens started their journey as a single drug store and now it is a global leader in retail and wholesale pharmaceutical, health and daily well-being products. Walgreens is now present in more than 25 countries. They are responsible for delivering millions of medicines every day in-store- as well as online. Not only just products, they also required to deliver and understand every need of their customers. Walgreens took numerous steps to deliver great customer service to all of its customers. 

Walgreens Headquarters Address - You can use the below-mentioned address for sending a courier to them.

200 Wilmot Rd,

Deerfield, IL 60015,

United States

Phone Number - 877-250-5823

Email - not available

Website - You can visit their official website for more information related to Walgreens. Customers and investors can use this official website. https://www.walgreens.com/

Walgreens Headquarters Info & Photos

The Walgreens headquarters is located in Deerfield, Illinois.

Walgreens opened a new office in Chicago, where 1800 employees are expected to work. The infrastructure of the new office space is designed to provide a digital and technical experience to its employees as well as its customers.

However, the HQ of Walgreens Boots Alliance will remain in north suburban Deerfield III. The headquarters employ around 3,200 employees of the Walgreen staff. It was decided that the executive suites of the headquarters will have stainless steel elevator doors and exquisite decorative interior.

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Walgreens Headquarters Executive Team

Alex Gourlay

Co-Chief Operating Officer

Alexander Gourlay is the co-chief operating officer for the Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. His responsibilities include overseeing the operations for both Walgreens and Boots. Before becoming the co-chief operating officer of Walgreens in 2016, he served as the president of the company from December 2014 to June 2016.

Richard Ashworth

President of Operations

Richard Ashworth is the president of operations at Walgreens Co. His responsibilities involve leading the company’s pharmacy, retail, healthcare, IT and supply chain departments. Richard’s major focus is on providing flawless customer service to all Walgreens customers across the country. He joined the team of Walgreens in 1992 and made his way up to the position of President of operations in November 2017.

Hari Avula

SVP & CFO

Hari Avula is the chief financial officer and senior vice president at Walgreens. He handles the financial services for the retail pharmacy USA division of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. Avula joined the team of Walgreens in the year 2017. He has also served in world-famous company Pepsico.

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Pawan Agarwal

Head of Music Partnership for India and South Asia Region

Neal Mohan

Chief Product Officer

About Walgreens

History

The journey of Walgreens began in 1901. Charles R. Walgreen bought out his employer and he had set up the first Walgreen store in Chicago’s south side.

Walgreen started the store because he was fed up of how other drug stores used to work. He became a registered pharmacist, learnt to mix and pack drugs himself as he wanted to maintain a good level of quality and affordability.

By the year 1925, Walgreen had more than 65 stores. The company went public after two years and their business expanded to 500 stores spread out across New York and Florida.

By the year 1975, the sales of Walgreens had crossed $1 billion.

Walgreens had successfully opened their 1000th store in the year 1984.

In the year 2014 Walgreens merged with European-based company Alliance Boots. The merger led to the formation of the Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. 

Services

Walgreens is the second-largest pharmacy store chain in the United States.

Their services include filling prescriptions, supplying health & wellness products, giving healthcare information and providing photo services.

Facts

  • Walgreens provides its in-store and online services to approximately 8 million customers every day.
  • In the year 1943, Walgreens opened a non-profit drugstore in the Pentagon, which covered an area of 6,000 feet. All profits from this store went to the Pentagon Post Restaurant Council.
  • The famous malted milkshake was the invention of Walgreens in the year 1922. People were filled with so much craze about the “double-rich chocolate malted milk” that they used to stand three and four deep, waiting in line, at soda fountains inside the drug store chains.
  • On November 21, 2013, an environmentally friendly net-zero energy store was opened by Walgreen. A geothermal system buried five hundred and fifty feet below ground is used to support the store. A huge amount of solar and wind energy is produced by the use of 850 solar panels and 2 wind turbines.

Walgreens Headquarters News

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  • Ceil K DeWolfe says:

    Our family has been a loyal customer at Walgreen’s at Beville Rd. for 25 years. Before I redirect our prescriptions to be filled by another provider, I think it is important that you hear my reason for doing so.

     
  • James Kim says:

    We have KN95 grade mask available. Is Walgreen interested?

     
  • JV says:

    I had an extremely disconcerting experience at a Walgreens Pharmacy at 1532 86th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11228 (Store # 18135) 0n October 25, 2019 with a Pharmacist named Irene Y or Irena Y. The day before I arrived to pick up medication, I went to this pharmacy to find out if they were able to get a particular brand of medication. I went to the consultation window which is down a few feet from the pick up drop off location where customers come to pick up medicine. I waited at the consultation desk a little over 5 minutes as she continued to look at me, as did her staff who watched me standing there and did not offer to help me or ask what I wanted, I finally asked Irene or Irena if she could help me. With a tenuating shrill tone, told me that the line was where the other customers where. I told her I had a question and was at the consultation window which is what this is for. She implied I was tryin to cut the line. I said, seriously I would never do that. And why would you insult me and insinuate that I was attempting to do such a thing? She exclaimed, so you have a question? I said, yes that is what this window is for, correct? After making me feel badly. I asked if she could get a certain manufacturer of medication. After toiling around for a while, she told me she could get it and it would be in the next day. I left. The following day I called the pharmacy at (718) 234-8444 and asked if the medication had come in. I was told by a Pharma Tech that it did. I asked if I could pick it up that day and was told yes, I Could.

    Upon going to this pharmacy I got online and waited for the customer in front of me to finish. I now approached and provided the employee with my first and last name and DOB. He told me he saw nothing for me in the system, not even my name. Irene or Irena Y happened to be behind the counter. I asked her what was going on? She once again was rude, unprofessional and confrontational> She then said something that did not make sense, “wait until it is your turn. I exclaimed it is my turn, you just heard me talking to the pharma tech who told me I am nowhere to be found in the system and my medication is not filled. She ignored me. I asked if she heard me? She said I heard you, you will just have to wait. I waited for least 10 minutes if not more as she was continuing to do other things. I now grew inpatient and asked her why I had to continue waiting when an error was made in not filling my prescription and there not being record of me. She continued her belligerence and continued to unnecessarily escalate an already sensitive situation which was not my fault, which could have easily been resolved by her tactfully asking me to have a seat and she would take care of this right away. This whole problem would have then been avaided, instead of treating me like a piece of shit. I then asked a female tech who refused to help me when she could have because she said I was arguing with her manager (Irene). Suddenly, the manager of the store approached me embarrassing me as I did nothing wrong. I just left the pharmacy without my needed medication and Irene smiled slightly looking like the cat who had swallowed the canary.

    This is surely not a Pharmacy you should go to if you can avoid it. What type of Pharmacist who is the profession of helping someone feel better, experiences control and sadistic pleasure in not doing her job properly, making a patient upset and sending them away without a prescribed medication? hat type of deviant person is this? This is surely scary and I am not that old. What about elderly seniors who may be dupped or abused by her, too. She is a horrible and dangerous Pharmacist, person, etc..and I think a mentally ill employee for which Walgreens is also culpable because they hired her, checked out her background and references and obviously continue to ignore her behavior and keep her as an employee. There is more to hiring a Pharmacist with a Masters in Pharma. They also require people skills, tact, diplomacy, sensitivity training and the ability to diffuse a stressful situation as opposed to dehumanizing someone who does not feel.

    I will be writing a letter to

    Alex Gourlay, President,
    Walgreens Corporate Office Headquarters
    1417 Lake Cook Road
    Deerfield. IL 60015.

    I know this will be kicked down to a lower level for review, however, sending this letter at this level will hopefully get this complaint in to the right persons hands so she will be disciplined and I hope terminated before she sadistically and intentionally does this to another patient. She probably has done this to other patients, as well and I want to make sure I am the last one who must encounter her draconian practices.

     
  • Mary Maureen Wogan says:

    Alliance Rx is terrible. I refilled 3 prescriptions; only 2 were sent. I was given a number that has only options for refills or account status, no opportunity to speak with anyone or leave a message. I emailed using the form on the Rx site twice, but received no response. After 2 weeks I receive a letter that my meds are not available. Now I will need to pay more this month. I finally found a number for corporate and made a complaint. The person who took the call told me it was not really his area. I asked him to forward to pharmacy. I gave my name and number, but I don’t really expect a call back as no one contacted me last week. Very poor service and very disappointing.

     
  • jeraldine hamilton says:

    to who this may concern your pharmacy department is very rude when you call in your prescription they do not have it ready you call them on the phone they will not answer put you on hold do not come back and if you get one to come back they say I got to call the doctor you have no refill but you on that automatic system of refill but still get talk to wrong sometime you get the phone hung up in your face disrespect working especially that lady ben their a long time

     
  • Donna Ball says:

    3-17-19. Message for Mr. Alex Gourlay

    I understand that you are the current CEO of Walgreen’s. I’m contacting you about your new commercial, tag line “Battle Beautifully”. I cannot imagine why in the world you would put such an appalling commerical on the air. Clearly you are just another clueless man with no idea what you’re doing.

    Every day of our lives, there is bone crushing pressure on women to look differently than we do, to be something different than who we are, to change everything about ourselves for men. You have no idea what this is like for the vast majority of women who are not 20 year old fashion models. Color your face, dye your hair, paint your nails, enlarge your breasts, lose weight, gain weight, dress to get men’s attention, use this perfume, wear this jewelry, and on and on and on.

    Now, in your stupid commercial, you’re pressuring women who are dying of cancer and/or losing their hair from chemotherpy to use your products to “Battle Beautifully”. What the hell is wrong with you Mr. Gourlay? Now we are supposed to look good while approaching the last days of our lives???? Who are we supposed to look good for at this point as we fight to stay alive? Do you honestly think women in this situation are giving a damn about what we look like for men?

    Shame on you and whomever decided to put this unconscionable commerical on the air.

     
    • L G says:

      Ms. Ball,
      I distinctly disagree with your harsh appraisal of the intent of the Walgreens Battle Beautifully ad.

      As a cancer survivor, who went through double mastectomies and chemo, AND lost my hair, I too went through many conflicts of doubt and insecurities that are shown in the ad… bald head, bound chest wounds, scars; but I found my real self through these things.

      But I have also grown through this entire ordeal. Not by embracing societal standards, but by being who I really am, as the women in the ad are showing. I believe the message they are conveying is “as cancer patients and survivors and terminal patients, no matter the status of illness or wellness, it is important to let the beauty that IS OUR STRENGTH to shine, and also to BE our BEAUTY OF SPIRIT AND SOUL.” That is the only important thing in life… to let the soul’s beauty shine and be our strength, to shine as an example of how to live life!, Each to BE the F-E-M-A-L-E we are from the inside out. And for each woman to let her character or spirit be a beacon for other women who may struggle in life, to find her own strengths, inspire and uplift other.

      And I saw absolutely nothing in the ad that told me they are selling cosmetics, only that they have staff who will / are able to support the needs of cancer patients.

      I assume you are correct that Mr. Gourlay is a CEO of Walgreens, or some important title? Well, if so, I applaud him and his advertising team for addressing courageously an under acknowledged segment of the population, for making the efforts via their pharmacy teams to assist these women, and for encouraging these courageous women of cancer to be themselves! Thank you, sir!

      And Ms Ball, I hear such anger and pain in your words. I recognize that something very hurtful must have happened to you to leave you with such feelings. And I am sorry you are going through it. Know that others care.

      Live strong, ladies of cancer!

       
    • Curt Feyerherm says:

      FULLY agree. ESPECIALLY when the store is FILLED with items that promote (possibly start) cancer growth in the first place, and further ill-health in millions of Americans, i.e., chemicals in hundreds of products/food/cosmetics, sugar in sodas, ice cream, candy bars, snack cakes, cookies, etc. Salty, fatty snacks. It is PROVEN that cancer cells LOVE sugar ~ feed on it, thrive on it, and grow and spread from it. And let’s not forget the CIGARETTES and cigars.

      Might be one of the unhealthiest stores to set foot in. I pass several of them on my way to Natural Grocers, Sprouts, and Whole Foods.

      The ads want us to believe they CARE about their customers??!!??? Hypocrisy is in full bloom this Spring.

      To call that ad appalling is a terrible understatement. It exemplifies all that is wrong with the pharmaceutical industry.

       
  • DENNIS M LAWSON says:

    I’M AN DISABLED MAN LIVING IN OWENSBORO,KENTUCKY WHO HAD MY WHOLE NECK FUSED BY DOCTOR EGGER’S WHICH LEFT ME IN GREAT PAIN 24/7,ON DEC/31/2018 I WENT TO WALGREENS ON PARRISH AVE TO GET MY RX PAIN MEDICINES FILLED THEY HAD THEM ALREADY FILLED WHICH WAS THE FIRST TIME THEY EVER DID THIS ALL TIMES BEFORE THEY SAID THEY HAD TO RX PAIN MEDICINE WHEN PATIENT CAME IN TO GET THEM ALSO IT WAS TWO DAYS BEFORE THEY WAS TO BE REFILLED,WHEN I TOOK THEM THEY TASTE BAD DID NOTHING FOE PAIN AND THEY TASTE LIKE CALK AFTER 19 DAYS THEY ARE STARTING TO FALL APART I NEED THESE MEDICINES TO MOVE AND LIVE AS AN DISABLED PERSON,I BELIEVE THEY HAVE NO OPIOIDS IN THEM TALKING TO FDA,ALSO CALLED DEA TALKED WITH MY DOCTOR THEY ARE GOING TO GET BACK TO ME BEING I’M STILL UNDER DR EGGER’S CARE,HE KNOWS HOW MUCH PAIN I’M IN THIS IS WRONG NOT BLAMING ANY ONE BUT PHARMACY SAYS I’M TO BLAME WELL I KEEP IT LOCKED UP IN SAFE,AND I’VE TOLD DEA,FDA,ANY ONE ELSE I’LL TAKE A LIE DETECTOR TEST I DID NOTHING TO MY OWN MEDICINES,I’M MIGHT DIE FROM THIS I’M NOT IN THE BEST OF HEALTH I’M GOING TO TELL YOU WHAT I’VE TOLD EVERY ONE NOT TO BLAME BUT IF SOME ONE TOOK ANY DISABLED MAN MEDICINE WHO CAN’T DEFEND HIMSELF WELL THAT JUST PLAIN EVIL,YOU KNOW THEY SAID NO ONE ELSE HAS A PROBLEM WITH THE SAME MEDICINES WELL JUST COME TO ME AND TAKE THESE I GOT AND AFTER A FEW DAYS SEE IF STILL HAVE NO PROBLEM ITS A BIG PROBLEM IF SOME KNOWING GAVE A PERSON COUNTERFEIT LOOK ALIKE PAIN PILLS WITH DANGEROUS POISONOUS CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS ITS A VERY BIG PROBLEM,THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO READ ANY HELP OR INFORMATION,270-302-9544 DENNIS LAWSON.

     
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