Apotex acquires Revive, readies for flu season


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Apotex, supplier of generic pharmaceuticals, has announced the asset purchase of established clinic provider Revive.

The purchase of Revive complements the existing Apotex professional services offer and further strengthens the Apotex position as a leading provider of health clinics in Australian pharmacies, the company says.

“The provision of professional services has long been an important differentiator for Apotex, however more recently, the demand and uptake of these services has grown significantly,” says says Ben Sullivan, Sales Director of Apotex.

“The purchase of Revive further strengthens the Apotex offer, allowing greater reach and capacity.”

Apotex, through its Apo-Wellness program, provides a wide range of interactive, in-store health awareness clinics to community pharmacies nationwide.

There are 19 Apo-Wellness clinic health topics available – ranging from Sun Awareness to Flu Vaccinations, with each clinic aiming to better inform the public about their health. In 2014, Apotex celebrated an important milestone, delivering its 5000th clinic since launching its in-store health clinic program in 2007.

Revive clinics, established in 2004, provide convenient access to Nurse Practitioners through in-store health clinics. This innovative model has proved successful, with major campaigns conducted nationally.

Apotex is preparing for the upcoming flu season. Revive will be re-branded and adapted to fall under the APO-Wellness Brand.

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