Queenslanders ‘crying out’ for more pharmacy services

Ahead of the Queensland election, new data shows that almost three-quarters of adults support community pharmacies delivering more primary healthcare services The new survey of registered voters across four marginal Queensland seats – Aspley, Gaven, Whitsunday and Barron River – included more than 400 voters from each seat and was conducted in mid-October by Insightfully

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