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OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO PHARMACY


Professor Harry McQuillan, Community Pharmacy Scotland, Alex MacKinnon, Royal Pharmaceutical Society and Bernard Stottelaar, EMIS Health


ALEX MACKINNON, ROYAL PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY


This year’s Outstanding Contribution to Pharmacy went to the very deserving – and very popular – Interim Chief Executive Officer, Alex MacKinnon.


There’s no doubting the contribution that Alex has made to Scottish pharmacy throughout his long and varied pharmacy career. In addition to working at community pharmacist, pharmacy manager


and area manager level, Alex was also Regional Manager for Lloyds Chemists and LloydsPharmacy from 1995 to 2003 and, since then, he has held various senior community pharmacy-related posts including: Head of Corporate Affairs for Community Pharmacy Scotland (2007-10) and Communication and External Affairs for the Scottish Pharmaceutical General Council 2005-07.


Needless to say, Alex was both surprised – and delighted by this latest recognition.


‘I had no idea that this was going to happen tonight,’ he told SP. ‘It’s a great privilege, but I’m accepting it on behalf of all the people that I’ve worked with over the years. It’s all about teamwork and we have such a wonderful team in Scotland so it’s a privilege for me to accept it on


behalf of all of them.’


‘Alex was an obvious choice for this award,’ said CPS Chief Executive Officer, Professor Harry McQuillan, ‘especially when you see how much he has achieved over the years for pharmacy. It’s been great to work with Alex over the years and I’m sure he still has plenty to offer Scottish pharmacy in the years to come.’


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