Doctor2Go pharmacy trial attracts high interest but low uptake

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Doctor2Go pharmacy trial attracts high interest but low uptake

Jonathan
Chilton Towle
Carmen Loke
Westshore Pharmacy pharmacist Carmen Loke says patients and doctors are very curious about the Doctor2Go service
Offering the service is very “low maintenance” as far as the demands it places on staff The Napier pharmacy trialling the instore virtual-doctor

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So apart from ecp,UTI,eye infections, ocs,erectile dysfunction, and minor problems what is the advantage over a Pharmacy? Skin infections? Not simple UTI? We can also do 3 day emergency supply of meds to NZ citizens. Seems limited except for tourists but still limited e.g who measures BP? Just saying. Stan Barnett