Celebrating compassionate expertise on National Pharmacist Day

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Have you thanked your local independent pharmacist today?

January 12th is National Pharmacist Day — a day to recognize the important role pharmacists play in our lives and communities. Our local pharmacists are healthcare professionals, steadfastly focused on the health and wellness of every customer walking through their pharmacy doors. In fact, they’re often the first person we go to for advice and treatment for a medical condition or concern.

We put a ton of trust in our pharmacists, and rightfully so. They’re highly trained, incredibly knowledgeable, and we rely on their compassionate expertise more often than we might realize. From medication education and dosage discussions to side effects and sick days, pharmacists are there when we need them, ready to help us get better and stay that way.

Think about it: When flu season rolls around every year, who can you count on to help you stay healthy? That’s right, your friendly pharmacist. The services they provide help prevent the spread of infectious diseases, and they can help you protect yourself with the vaccines you need.


How about those managing a chronic condition, such as diabetes or heart disease — do they depend on pharmacists? Sure do. Pharmacists work closely with other healthcare providers, including a patient’s primary care team, to develop and monitor treatment plans and provide the ongoing support they need to stay on a healthy path.

So often the unsung heroes of the healthcare community, pharmacists do so much. National Pharmacist Day is the perfect day to celebrate their hard work and dedication.

So, whether you’re a patient, a parent, a healthcare provider, or just someone who appreciates the value of good health, take a minute this January 12th to say “thank you” to your favorite pharmacist for everything they do for you, your family, and your entire community.

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At Prescryptive, we believe the best experience drives the best outcomes and that by empowering the healthcare consumer with the ability to take ownership of their prescription, we can fundamentally change how the prescription drug market is delivered and consumed in the United States.

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