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Pharmacy Alliance announces winners

Pharmacy Alliance has announced the winners of its second annual Pharmacy Awards.

The awards recognise the achievements of independent pharmacies nation-wide. 

Hooper Centre Pharmacy in Toowoomba, Queensland was crowned the Alliance Pharmacy of the Year 2019; Partner Pharmacy of the Year was awarded to Ron Dunford Pharmacy in Parkes, NSW; and the title of Non-Branded Pharmacy of the Year went to Your Pharmacy in Chinchilla, Queensland.

Simon Reynolds, Pharmacy Alliance Managing Director, was thrilled to see the quality of work and passion shown by Pharmacy Alliance’s 2019 award winners.

“With 700 independent pharmacies now part of the Pharmacy Alliance network, there are so many amazing members to choose from. However, Hooper Centre Pharmacy, Ron Dunford Pharmacy and Your Pharmacy all demonstrated outstanding innovation and excellent customer service,” said Mr Reynolds.

“As trusted advisors, pharmacists are an integral part of the community and play a crucial role in improving the health and well-being of their customers.

“Pharmacy Alliance understand our members operate within increasingly competitive markets, and our retail strategy is designed to help members win in their local market both now and into the future.”

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