New services as store reopens
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.”