UTI program highlights value of pharmacy

UTI toilet
Patients willing to pay for pharmacist-delivered service rather than wait for a GP appointment  Initial data from the Western Australian pharmacist urinary tract infection (UTI) treatment program is showing strong demand for the service, Andrew Ngeow, the Pharmacy Guild of Australia WA branch president says.  In a post on LinkedIn, Ngeow reported that he was

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