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Pharmacy Guild welcomes new website

8 April 2014

Guild welcomes new website

The Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand (The Guild) launched their updated website last week.

Guild Chief Executive, Lee Hohaia, says “The website was updated to make finding information and resources much easier for members. The Guild develops a vast amount of valuable member-only tools and resources, and it is important that our members can access these quickly and easily.

“The new subsections and easy to click-through “buttons” within the members’ section make navigating the new site quick and easy. We have also loaded resources alphabetically, instead of loading the newest resource at the top. This means members don’t need to know when something was created to be able to find it easily. Pages with a large amount of content offer the option to switch between an alphabetical view and a chronological view.

“A lot of effort has gone into the new design and layout of the website and we are extremely happy with the outcome. The updated website reflects our focus on providing business support and resources to our members. We look forward to feedback from members about the new site.”

The Guild’s e-newsletters will also be updated this week.

The Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand (Inc) is a national membership organisation representing community pharmacy owners. We provide leadership on all issues affecting the sector and we advocate for the business and professional interests of community pharmacy.

For additional information on the Guild and community pharmacy, please go to www.pgnz.org.nz.

ENDS

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