The phar­macy of choice in Junc­tion

Jamaica Gleaner - - ENTERTAINMENT - Paul Clarke Gleaner Writer

AF­TER 12 years of op­er­a­tion in Junc­tion, St El­iz­a­beth, Len­max Phar­macy has be­come a sta­ple for pro­vid­ing qual­ity health-care ser­vices to the peo­ple in and around the com­mu­nity.

Len­max Phar­macy has con­trib­uted to the grow­ing eco­nomic land­scape of Junc­tion by pro­vid­ing a va­ri­ety of ser­vices aimed at de­liv­er­ing the most cost-ef­fec­tive means of health care to its ever-in­creas­ing cus­tomer base.

Styled as a re­tail phar­macy, Len­max of­fers, among other things, a wide range of prod­ucts and ser­vices, in­clud­ing over­the-counter drugs, pre­scrip­tion drugs, snacks, var­i­ous ac­ces­sories, toys, cos­met­ics and adult di­a­pers.

“Len­max takes care of its cus­tomers by in­clud­ing in our ser­vices, the fa­cil­ity for per­sons who are un­able to come to the phar­macy to fax in their pre­scrip­tion and pick it up at a later time,” said phar­ma­cist Max­ine Leach-Thomas, who is also the owner/man­ager.

The phar­macy also prides it­self in be­ing a leader in of­fer­ing af­ford­able prices in the com­pet­i­tive health ser­vice sec­tor, with Leach-Thomas stat­ing that sev­eral of those com­ing through her doors are re­peat clients.

With a staff com­ple­ment of five and a tagline that says: ‘Al­ways there tak­ing care’, Len­max Phar­macy is invit­ing res­i­dents in

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