Vaccine boutique to open at Amcal

By Paolo Zupp. The Amcal pharmacy at Campus shops in Smithfield have announced an ambitious plan to provide a bespoke vaccination boutique in the rollout of the COVID19 vaccines. Amcal pharmacist and casual virologist, Josh Brendixsen, is excited about the developments, which include a sensory deprivation room and a bocce arena. “We aim to provideContinue reading “Vaccine boutique to open at Amcal”

Popup pharmacy a big hit

By Allan Povah Rudi Samanchara, assistant manager at the Chemist Warehouse in the City was overjoyed with the turnout to their popup pharmacy on Grafton Street for Chinese New Year celebrations. “We are so happy with the success of the venture, and by the way, Gōngxǐ fācái everyone!” said Ms Samanchara. “The baby-food was allContinue reading “Popup pharmacy a big hit”

Authorities seek ‘inveterate shitter’

By Heather Luck. The Department of Dog Catching and Cat Herding (DDCCH) has appealed to the public to help them find and arrest a criminal canine who is the main suspect in a slew of shitting offences. Commissioner of the DDCCH, Desmond Bowe, has said that the department is pursuing the animal with “overwhelming prejudice”Continue reading “Authorities seek ‘inveterate shitter’”

Amcal segregates waiting area

By Kimberley Schloss In what is likely to be a controversial decision, the Amcal pharmacy at the Campus Shops in Smithfield has announced that it will be segregating its waiting area for “operational reasons.” A special seating area (above) has been allocated for patients seeking medication for incontinence. Josh Brendixsen, a pharmacist at the outlet,Continue reading “Amcal segregates waiting area”

Welcome, Mary Jane?

By Paolo Zupp With the recent legalisation of medical marijuana usage, North Queensland pharmacists and other allied health service providers are struggling to find a way to provide their clients with the best possible care. Josh Brendixsen, a pharmacist at Amcal Chemist Smithfield, explained the obstacles. “We’ve been unable to source the prescribed medication fromContinue reading “Welcome, Mary Jane?”