Priceline’s biggest women’s health check


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Priceline Pharmacy has announced it is making its Women’s Health Checks free for a month, aiming to help 50,000 women through the health service

From 13 April-7 May, Priceline Pharmacy will be making its Women’s Health Checks free.

The consultation takes 15 minutes and includes tests for anaemia, cholesterol, and blood pressure, in addition to a discussion about lifestyle including weight management and breast check instruction.

Women are also able to check their health on the exclusive in-store Digital Health Stations which are free to access across stores.

Priceline Pharmacy says it launched the Biggest Women’s Health Check initiative after results from its health stations revealed over one third of women have two or more health risks.

These risks include: high BMI, high body fat percentage, high blood pressure or high resting heart
rate.

Priceline pharmacists receive extensive training in women’s health, says the brand, which is offering its Women’s Health Checks free to encourage in-store consultations.

“There is no other pharmacy better placed to help women’s health than Priceline Pharmacy,” said General Manager Tamalin Morton.

“Our pharmacists take the time to offer each customer a premium service and expert advice, so they receive a personalised experience every time.

“We are putting our pharmacists front and centre by encouraging women to come in store and meet their local pharmacist.”

Priceline Pharmacist Amy Jones with Meshel Laurie after having her free Women’s Health
Check in store at Priceline Pharmacy, Victoria.

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