Fun and sun at the 2021 Tully and District Show
Brilliant blue skies and bright sunshine shone down on the 2021 T
The newly renovated Ingham Wholelife Pharmacy & Healthfoods officially opened on July 10, with an extremely popular community day held at the pharmacy located in Hinchinbrook Central. Formally Ingham Plaza Pharmacy, the business has deep roots within the Hinchinbrook Shire. Owners, Brenden Seri and Atlanta Knuth, wanted to bring the pharmacy into the modern age with a new refit, some technology, and brand-new holistic offer.
Mayor, Ramon Jayo, and State Member, Nick Dametto, were special guests at the ribbon cutting ceremony, and congratulated the team on their vision and for bringing an extensive range of products to Ingham normally only seen in larger cities.
Brenden said, “I am really stoked with the turn out today, and for all the kind words passed onto us.”
In another first for the region, the pharmacy has installed a BD Rowa Vmax.
“It is a great piece of technology that delivers medications to a specific output when requested and puts our stock away too. This allows our pharmacists to spend more time interacting with our patients,” Brenden explained.
During the grand opening, the winners of the BD Rowa naming competition were announced. Scriptor narrowly beat the popular Kate after the final staff vote.
Instore Naturopath, Donna Fichera, was also on hand to chat with customers whilst they browsed the aisles.
Ingham Wholelife Pharmacy is open from 8:30pm to 5:30pm, Monday to Friday (Wednesday only from 8:45am), and Saturday 8.30am – 12.30pm, Sunday hours TBA. You can find the store at Shop 7, Hinchinbrook Central, 86-92 Herbert St, Ingham. Please call 07 4776 2733 for enquiries and special orders.
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