New ser­vices as store re­opens

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Staff re­porter

The Lloyds Phar­macy in Drum­sagard has been given a huge facelift as part of the com­pany’s na­tional re­vamp.

The unit in Hall­side Court was re-opened by long-stand­ing cus­tomer and Shet­tle­ston Bap­tist Church min­is­ter, Rev James Ed­mis­ton

The store has been trans­formed as part of a large-scale roll-out across the UK, and fol­lows the re­cent launch of Lloyds Phar­macy’s wider ini­tia­tive to de­liver for­ward-think­ing and flex­i­ble healthcare.

Drum­sagard res­i­dents can now ben­e­fit from en­hanced ser­vices for a range of con­di­tions at the re­vamped store, with a par­tic­u­lar em­pha­sis on skin health and pain man­age­ment.

Phar­macy man­ager Ni­cola Cairns said: “We’re ex­cited by our trans­for­ma­tion.

“We want our new store to be­come the des­ti­na­tion of choice for cus­tomers look­ing for ex­pert health ad­vice.

“Our knowl­edge­able 11strong team will be on hand to pro­vide cus­tomers with in­di­vid­ual ex­per­tise on skin health, help­ing those with skin con­di­tions to ef­fec­tively man­age their con­di­tion with prod­uct se­lec­tion sup­port and ap­pli­ca­tion tech­niques.”

Cus­tomers can now get a quick and de­tailed sum­mary of their skin type, and also now of­fer en­hanced sup­port in pain man­age­ment.

Ni­cola added: “We know many who suf­fer from long-term health con­di­tions don’t al­ways want to go to their doc­tor ev­ery time they have a ques­tion.

“We’re able to sup­port the work of GPs and other healthcare pro­fes­sion­als in the area by of­fer­ing con­ve­nient, one-to-one care that our lo­cal res­i­dents need and de­serve.”

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