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Nyora pharmacy launches

NYORA Pharmacy has been opened just over a month now and everyone is loving it.

It’s taken a while to get it right, to stock the shelves and find the right mix of products that the community requires, but pharmacist Sam Chalavi and his partner George Spyropoulos believe they are just about there.

To celebrate the occasion they are having an official launch on Saturday, June 4 from 9am to 2pm with a barbecue from noon to 2pm.

“We’re very excited to have completed the setup process as there have been few obstacles to overcome,” Sam said.

“The only one left is the internet connection in the area, which is out of our control and which we hope will be sorted over the next few months when the NBN arrives.”

The latest service to be introduced in Nyora Pharmacy is a weekly medication webster pack to make it easier taking multiple medications.

“This is a community service that we will provide free of charge to those who need it, and where necessary we can have it delivered to their house weekly, also free of charge,” Sam said.

“Only the medication that is packed will need to be paid for as you normally would.”

Most people wouldn’t expect to find a full service pharmacy, set up so professionally in part of a pub. It really is a hidden gem that many still don’t know about.

Nyora Pharmacy is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5.30pm and Saturday till 1pm.

Don’t miss the official opening; it’s time you too discover this ‘hidden’ gem.

Drugs on tap: newcomer to the area and Korumburra resident Sam has had his hands full since Nyora Pharmacy opened a month ago, particularly with the number of customers growing so rapidly.  “People are loving having a pharmacy in the town,” he said.

Drugs on tap: newcomer to the area and Korumburra resident Sam has had his hands full since Nyora Pharmacy opened a month ago, particularly with the number of customers growing so rapidly.
“People are loving having a pharmacy in the town,” he said.

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