Caringbah chemist has a new name and a new look

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FAMILIAR FACES: The TerryWhite Chemmart team are ready to continue providing quality service to the residents of the Caringbah community.

FAMILIAR FACES: The TerryWhite Chemmart team are ready to continue providing quality service to the residents of the Caringbah community.

There's been a change of name and ownership at the former Caringbah South Pharmacy, which is now known as TerryWhite Chemmart Caringbah.

New owner Diana Hanna took over in May and has just completed a store renovation and re-branding.

TerryWhite Chemmart Caringbah is staffed by three pharmacists and five pharmacy assistants who all offer the "real community pharmacy feel".

"We have built strong relationships and a good rapport with our customers," Mrs Hanna said.

"Although we operate in a highly professional manner, walking into our store gives customers a warm and friendly experience."

Mrs Hanna said the pharmacy offered a full range of services, including free local home delivery.

"Our friendly and welcoming staff are here to help and offer ongoing support for all your health and wellbeing needs," she said.

Services include: medication counselling and information; home medicines reviews; weekly medication Webster Packs; home health aids hire; MedsCheck and Diabetes MedsCheck; prescription management service; blood pressure monitoring; vitamins, supplements and weight loss advice; baby care; beauty products; fragrance; gifts; and agent for Diabetes Australia NDSS.

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Mrs Hanna said the pharmacy had re-branded to improve their product and services range but customers could rest assured they would still be served by the same familiar faces.

"The re-branding gives us added benefits such as regular promotions, a brand loyalty club and much more," she said. "The pharmacy business has generally widened its scope of services these days and customers can get help with things like vaccinations, sick leave certificates, health checks and sleep apnoea equipment."

Mrs Hanna said it was important for people to seek professional advice to both improve their health knowledge and to ensure they were taking their medications as prescribed.

"We enjoy providing the best professional service to our customers and assisting them with all their health needs," she said.

"In addition, the pharmacy - which has been here since 1950 - has always been active in its support of local charities and community events."