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27
Mar 2015
Our first blog!
Welcome to our webpage and our first blog. We'd like to introduce our team who are here to take care of all your healthcare needs. The two resident pharmacists are Alannah and Alastair who both graduated from The Univeristy of Strathclyde, Glasgow and have been working in the surrounding areas for the past few years before starting full time positions in Penney Pharmacy. Greeting you at the front counter is our caring and experienced counter assitant, Gillian who has completed extensive training in all aspects of treating minor ailments. In addition, she is our resident smoking cessation guru who will help you kick that nasty habit! Helping Gillian is our friendly and welcoming part time trainee pharmacy assistant Jane. Our newest member of staff, Bill will ensure that your prescription is delivered straight to your door should you require your prescription (or home shopping) to be delivered. Over the next couple of months we will update our web page with various blogs about whats going on in the pharmacy and advice on how to maintain a healthly lifestyle.
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Alannah Louise Penney (2066128)
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