FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Young infants & Prams? Fret not!
and mention “mums&prams”
and one of our team members will be with you shortly!
A Sleeping Kid in the car?
Have mobility issues?
We will come to you!
What is the Mums&Prams service?
In response to the silent frustrations of mums, this is a free service to help mums with young infants & prams to get to our pharmacy from the doctor’s surgery located on the top floor of Broadway Fair Shopping Centre.
> Call 93861355
>> Mention “mums&prams”
One of our team members will be with you shortly!
What is the Medi-Valet service?
In response to patients who may be going through a rough patch, this valet service is open to those who have:
- A sleeping child in the car and requires their scripts filled at the pharmacy.
- A physical disability with an ACROD permit.
> Call 93861355
I'm opioid dependent. Where can I find support?
An Opioid substitution program is available through our pharmacy. It is an effective strategy for reducing the demand for drugs and the associated harms, and helping dependent people to stabilise their lives. Ask our pharmacists for more details. Alternatively, send us an email!
I'm a diabetic. Where can I find support?
We are an authorised NDSS agent. (National Diabetes Services Scheme agent)
We aim to enhance the capacity of people with diabetes to understand and self manage their condition. This includes provision of resources and and training for your devices through a Diabetes Meds-check appointment – a free service with a Medicare card.
The National Diabetes Services Scheme (“NDSS”) is an initiative of the Australian Government administered by Diabetes Australia.
What is CMI (Consumer Medicine Information)?
A CMI is Consumer Information that relates to medication.
We see all sorts of information popping up constantly on social media and the internet. However there is a need for caution when dealing with issues relating to health. Many sites could appear to be health related but may be phishing for your personal information for unsolicited purposes. If you are seeking for reliable information about your medicines, please ask our pharmacist.
If you are seeking for reliable information about your medicines, please ask our pharmacist. We are an accredited pharmacy. Current publications of Therapeutic Guidelines, Medicine Handbooks and Clinical Treatment Strategies are procured annually.
How do pharmacies work here in Western Australia?
In Western Australia, medications are supplied at a pharmacy by a pharmacist.
Some medicines can be supplied without a prescription after consulting with a pharmacist. Some medicines are scheduled by the Health Department and is legally supplied after validating a prescription from the doctor.
A pharmacist must be present for consultation when the pharmacy is open (except rural areas).
What do pharmacists do apart from giving out medications?
A pharmacist is a health care professional who cooperates, consults with, and advises medical practitioners when the need arises to discuss the pharmacology of a medication before making informed decisions for the patient.
A pharmacist also collaborates with other health professionals in the best interest of patients to connect medication and primary care strategies back to the health care system.
The pharmacist is often the last health care professional to communicate with the patient, or a significant other, before the medication is taken. Therefore, the pharmacist is in an ideal position to discuss the drug with those concerned.
Young infants & prams?
and one of our team members
will be with you shortly!
Sleeping kid in the car?
Call 93861355 and mention
We will come to you!