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AWARDS FINALISTS SHAUNA HAGAN


BANNSIDE PHARMACY Shauna shows exceptional loyalty, commitment and dedication to the patients and staff of Bannside Pharmacy. She leads by example and sets a professional standard often on a par with that demonstrated by a qualified pharmacist. From the filling of MDS trays to the maintenance of patient medication records, Shauna is involved in every aspect of pharmacy life.


DAPHNE COOKE


WHITEHOUSE PHARMACY Daphne has been providing a very high level of service for a total of 20 years now. Initially, when her daughter Sandra, took over this new contract, Daphne was only ‘helping out’, but loved the work so much and, even more importantly, was loved so much by the customers, that she decided to continue working!


JOHN WAIDE


WELL PHARMACY John works between nine stores across Northern Ireland, covering holidays and sickness leave. In order to operate at the high level required in this role, he has to draw on his exceptional communication skills and equally exceptional people skills, coupled with a high level of planning and organisation. He does so with a respectful attitude and calm and professional approach.


ANNA MARIE ASPINALL


MAGUIRES PHARMACY, BANGOR Anna Marie is a medicines counter assistant by title, but a real ‘Jill of all trades’ with regard to everything that happens in the pharmacy. Thanks to her Pharmacy Interact course, she is qualified to provide advice to patients on a range of over-the-counter medications for common clinical conditions and, as such, has had to cultivate a great deal of flexibility in her role.


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