Letchworth based pharmacy wins UK prize
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A pharmacist has picked up a prestigious award for his contribution to community pharmacy.
Graham Phillips of Manor Pharmacy, which has seven branches in Hertfordshire, has picked up the Alphega Pharmacy Regional Award.
The Letchworth GC branch of the group was selected for the award from the other Alphega Pharmacy members in the region.
Sue Moore, general manager, Alphega Pharmacy UK presented an engraved trophy and £1,000 to spend on the business.
She said: “This group, with seven branches, has an excellent reputation throughout the UK for innovation, customer care and services with a number of external partners, such as Schools of Pharmacy. This branch, as a Healthy Living Pharmacy, has also been recognised internationally for its innovative and ground-breaking research into the added value of pharmacists in the management of type 2 diabetes.”
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Mr Phillips said: “We are absolutely thrilled to add this prestigious award to our collection. As an independent pharmacy every single customer counts. We never lose sight of this, so we constantly strive to improve the services we offer and to find new innovative services to support our patients, such as those with diabetes and blood-pressure. Thanks are due to Alphega pharmacy for helping us achieve such high standards of care.”
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