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  1. Community comes first in Burnie

    23 January 2019

    The commitment to identifying gaps in health services and moving to fill them is a point of differentiation for Wilkinson’s Pharmacy in Burnie.Co-proprietor Jack Muir Wilson says the pharmacy prides itself on being more than just medication-focussed.“We provide real solutions…

    National | Blog Post | Community Engagement, Innovation, Leadership

  2. Workflow innovation in Mt Gravatt

    23 January 2019

    The belief that there is always a better way of doing things has been behind the development of a customised workflow system which has changed the dynamics at TerryWhite Chemmart Mt Gravatt Plaza.Co-proprietor Zamil Solanki stresses his passion for systems…

    National | Blog Post | Business Administration, Community Engagement, Innovation, Leadership

  3. 24 hours of professional services

    23 January 2019

    The presence of two discounter pharmaciess in the same suburb has not tempted Hardings 24-hour Pharmacy to try to compete on price.Rather it has confirmed and even strengthened the pharmacy’s commitment to its proud service-based model.Such is this commitment that…

    National | Blog Post | Business Administration, Community Engagement, Innovation, Leadership

  4. Changes paved the way in Glengarry

    23 January 2019

    A major renovation and reorganisation has invigorated a WA pharmacy visually and also led to changes in the way the business operates.According to proprietor Tina Pasyar, the pharmacy was originally quite dark and dated in appearance and there were no…

    National | Blog Post | Community Engagement, Innovation, Leadership

  5. Confidence is key in the Emerald city

    23 January 2019

    Community pharmacists need to be more confident of themselves and the knowledge and skills they possess to help patients and customers.This is the view of Jessica Burrey, proprietor of Emerald Plaza Pharmacy, Queensland, who says that while the profession has…

    National | Blog Post | Community Engagement, Innovation, Leadership, Advocacy

  6. Who’s who in your zoo?

    6 October 2017

    The bottom line is that everyone in your local area will need a pharmacy at some point, so how can you best connect with every person? If we don’t look into finding out more about our community, then someone else will.

    National, QLD | Blog Post | HR, Community Engagement, Resilience

  7. Isle Pharmacy is one of the finalists in the National Student Business Plan Competition

    24 August 2017

    Three finalist teams have been announced in the Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s 2017 National Student Business Plan Competition. Learn more about one of the finalist Isle Pharmacy

    National | Blog Post | Training, Innovation

  8. Five Things You Need to Know About GuildCare NG

    21 August 2017

    GuildCare NG is the future of professional services delivery in Community Pharmacy

    National | Blog Post | Marketing, Innovation

  9. Evolving to survive: transitioning a pharmacy business in rural NSW

    10 July 2017

    Old habits die hard, and this can be especially true of community pharmacy when transitioning the way they do business. But when those old habits are replaced by new habits, the results can see marked benefits for the pharmacy’s customers…

    National | Blog Post | Capability, Business Administration, Community Engagement, Leadership, Resilience

  10. Road to success delivers returns within first month

    26 June 2017

    Just wanting to transform a community pharmacy into the professional services model of the future may not be enough to achieve success.This is the view of NSW pharmacist Adam Walsh who has been through the process and found that the…

    National | Blog Post | Capability, Business Administration, Marketing, Community Engagement, Innovation, Infrastructure

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