Date of prep: December 2020
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Leading pharmacy clinical skills training provider, ECG Training, and pharmacy clinical service package provider, Pharmadoctor, have announced the launch of a new wellness clinic, Makewell.
Makewell’s experienced team of nurses and pharmacists will provide patients with access to over 150 POM treatments across more than 60 clinical services; including, but not limited to aesthetics, allergy test & treat, COVID-19 testing, men’s & women’s health, sexual health, skincare and vaccinations.
In addition to serving as a stand-alone wellness clinic, Makewell has also been set up to provide pharmacists with a safe and practical learning environment where they can shadow the Makewell team to gain hands-on experience delivering a wide range of clinical services.
Commenting on the new clinic, ECG and Makewell CEO Jane Lambert commented:
“For pharmacists considering expanding the range of clinical services they provide, Makewell gives them a unique opportunity to gain the practical skills, confidence and experience they need to run successful services in their own pharmacy.” Jane enthusiastically goes on to say “Makewell’s clinical team is made up of ECG’s experienced pharmacist and nurse trainers who already train over 14,000 pharmacists each year in a classroom environment. Makewell enables our team to take pharmacist training to an enhanced level within a real clinic setting.”
Makewell is supported by Pharmadoctor’s full range of clinical packages, including their award-winning consultation eTools which have enabled Makewell to scale-up the number of services offered to patients in record time. In addition to clinical support, Pharmadoctor is providing Makewell with brand development and marketing support to help them promote their services to patients.
Graham Thoms, Pharmadoctor CEO, added:
“Our plan is to share our experience of successfully marketing the Makewell services with the pharmacies Pharmadoctor supports. We want to walk-the-walk when showing pharmacists best practice.”
Makewell will open up learning opportunities to pharmacies over the coming weeks and months. In the meantime, you can find more information by visiting the Makewell website here.
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