The South Australian Branch aims to deliver benefits and services which are desired and valued by Members, helping them to achieve their business and professional goals. Through our service structure, we aim to provide Members with access to information, expertise and significant savings for their business.The Guild is continually investigating new opportunities to provide Members with quality, professional services. To do this we need YOUR feedback. If you have any comments, ideas or suggestions please contact Peter Schwarz at the Branch on 8304 8309.
2020 has been one of the toughest years the Community Pharmacy industry has faced. We are here to support you every step of the way, this year and beyond. Learn more about how the Guild is working hard for its members.
The Pharmacy Guild is a respondent to The Pharmacy Industry Award, which covers both pharmacists and pharmacy assistants in South Australia.The South Australian Branch offers the following Industrial Relations services to its members free of charge:
Training your staff is one of the most important elements of pharmacy management and one of the most rewarding investments you can make in your pharmacy. The Guild prides itself on providing pharmacy assistants with the highest quality training and has become known as the industry leader in developing and delivering specialised pharmacy training. While the Guild provided pharmacy assistants with ad hoc training for over 30 years, training became one of the Guild's core businesses when it launched the first recognised pharmacy assistants’ course in Australia in 1994 - Certificate II in Retail (Community Pharmacy Operations).
The Branch offers a complete payroll service which is simple, flexible, efficient and provides absolute confidentiality with sophisticated reporting.
For further information, contact Rebecca Smith at the Branch Office.http://guildpayroll.com.au/
Pharmacy Review is produced quarterly by the National Secretariat and provides information regarding pharmacy practice, health economics, taxation, small business and industry issues.
Community Pharmacy is a monthly publication produced by the National Secretariat that is designed to inform members of national issues and developments and often includes up-to-date information on pharmacy turnover and economic analysis.
The Guild Digest is compiled annually in Canberra from data received via member surveys. Providing information on community pharmacy trends, vital revenue, income and profit statistics and state, rural and metropolitan benchmarks, it is the most comprehensive analysis of pharmacy performance available in Australia.