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HEALTH


PROMOTION FINALISTS


HUGHES PHARMACY


ENNISKILLEN The fact that Hughes Pharmacy was one of the first in Northern Ireland to be accredited as a Health+ Pharmacy shows the degree of importance that the pharmacy places on the promotion of healthy living and wellbeing. The personalised, local nature of the pharmacy means that Paul and his staff will go the ‘extra mile’ to provide the community with the best service in the area.


BOOTS


BALLYMENA Often referred to as the ‘drugs capital of Northern Ireland’, Ballymena has been very negatively impacted by drugs and alcohol in recent years. The Hope Centre helps individuals and their families to cope with addiction issues and pharmacist Caroline Bustard ran a very successful project with the centre to assist recovering addicts with a range of health-related issues.


GORDONS CHEMIST


KILKEEL The area in which this branch of Gordons Chemist is situated in Kilkeel has one of the highest suicide rates in Northern Ireland and is high on the NISRA deprivation tables in terms of social infrastructure. Mark Breen worked with the local Men’s Shed to address a plethora of health issues, focussing on issues such as suicide and depression.


BANNSIDE PHARMACY


PORTGLENONE Bannside Pharmacy has been involved in a comprehensive range of health promotion activities including the Portglenone Diabetes Partnership in which participants patient outcomes were excellent. In addition, three members of the team enrolled in the Solgar Training Academy, which has modules specifically on sports nutrition to put the pharmacy in a better position to guide its athletic customers.


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