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11 November 2019
The Queensland Branch of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia has appointed Mr Gerard Benedet as its new Branch Director.
29 October 2019
The General Manager of Gold Cross Products and Services, Trevor Clarkin, is to step down after a stellar career leading the Pharmacy Guild-owned company.
16 July 2019
The election of a new Branch Committee for the Victorian Branch of the Pharmacy Guild has been completed.The Victorian Branch President, Anthony Tassone, thanked all the candidates for their participation in the election, congratulating the successful candidates, and thanked the…
21 June 2019
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has appointed not-for-profit hospital and aged care service leader Suzanne Greenwood to be its next Executive Director, following an extensive executive search process.
26 April 2018
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia Queensland Branch has received Preferred Supplier status with the State Government for its members to provide influenza vaccinations to employees at a number of State Government Departments during the 2018 flu season.
13 November 2017
One in five Australians live with ongoing pain but less than 10% of people experiencing ongoing pain have access to care , according to the latest research.
2 November 2017
INTERVIEW WITH GREG TURNBULL, COMMUNICATION DIRECTOR, PHARMACY GUILD OF AUSTRALIA, REGARDING CODEINE CAN NO LONGER BE BOUGHT OVER THE COUNTER STARTING FROM FEBRUARY NEXT YEAR.
31 October 2017
The National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation and the Pharmacy Guild of Australia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding focusing on the implementation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pharmacy programs and trials.
27 October 2017
The National President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, George Tambassis, has been reelected to the position for a further three years
24 October 2017
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia completely rejects the ill-informed recommendations of the Productivity Commission in relation to community pharmacy, which would see the dumbing down of a revered health profession and inferior care for patients.