Pharmacy United in Action for a Better World
The purpose of World Pharmacists Day is to encourage activities that promote and advocate for the role of the pharmacist in improving health in every corner of the world. In his speech to member states at the 75th World Assembly earlier this year, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) reported,
“…for the first time, we have a malaria vaccine. More than one million children in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi have now received at least one dose.”
Pharmacists are the reason why people get the best from their medicines because they use their experience, knowledge, and expertise to improve treatment outcomes. The aim of the day is to bring attention to all pharmacy sectors and the positive benefits they offer when it comes to health.
From Pharmacists, Pharmaceutical Scientists to Pharmacy Educators, their practice links medicinal science with chemistry and as such plays a huge role in modern society. Pharmacists are tasked with the discovery, production, disposal, safe effective use, and control of medications and drugs.
You encounter Leleshwa Pharmacy at the end of this quality supply chain. We diagnose your pharmaceutical needs after you have received your medical diagnosis from your doctor.
Without pharmacists having an efficient knowledge of drugs, their side effects, mobility, and toxicity, the world would not have safe medicines and drugs to rely on.
In honour of this year’s World Pharmacist Day, we introduce our medicines therapy management services.
Bring in your medicines, supplements, herbals. Let us accurately diagnose if you are taking them effectively. Let us look at whether they interact with each other and streamline them if needed in consultation with your medical team. With your doctor on board, we all ensure your safety and your good health. Streamlining them could also save your shillings in the long run.
Book a consultation with us on 0702 087 853, or pay us a visit at our Mwingi Rd branch Kileleshwa.
This blog hosting site has its author settings default fixed to the administrator of the account. However our blog this month was written by Dr Amira Ibrahim.
Our gratitude and thanks from the Leleshwa Team.