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5,000 pharmacy jobs could be lost

A Westmeath pharmacist has warned that up to 5,000 pharmacy jobs could be lost thanks to the decision of the Minister for Health to cut payments to pharmacists for providing medicines and advice to patients on the community drugs schemes by 36 per cent.

Kilkenny pharmacists condemn minister for undermining pharmacy services and jobs

Front line health services will be seriously damaged by the Minister for Health and Children’s decision to cut payments by 36 per cent to pharmacists for providing medicines and advice to patients on the community drugs schemes , according to the Irish Pharmacy Union [IPU], the representative body for 1,900 community pharmacists.

14 Westmeath pharmacists withdraw from drug schemes

Fourteen Westmeath pharmacies have announced their intention to withdraw from community drug schemes by August this year.

14 Westmeath pharmacists withdraw from drug schemes

Fourteen Westmeath pharmacies have announced their intention to withdraw from community drug schemes by August this year.

HSE pharmacies list includes a Galway premises that has been closed for three months

Pharmacists have hit out at State health chiefs claiming they are trying to cover up a looming crisis in the supply of medicine. The Irish Pharmacy Union has slammed a list published by the HSE of chemists who will continue to dispense drugs during a planned stoppage, claiming the list is inaccurate and includes one Galway pharmacy which closed three months ago.

Pharmacist anger over HSE misinformation

Local pharmacists have expressed their deep concern over inaccuracies in a list published by the HSE of those pharmacies participating in the Community Drugs Scheme.

Mayo pharmacies resume normal service, but dispute is not over

The pharmacy/HSE action is over for now with hundreds of pharmacists once again dispensing medicines under the Community Drug Schemes. But the Irish Pharmaceutical Union has warned that if the HSE places any obstacles in the way of pharmacies resuming normal services they will be met with a “very swift response”.

Athlone pharmacies resume normal service

Pharmacies across Athlone have recommenced dispensing prescription medication, after the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU) urged them to resume normal service in the interest of patient safety.

Pharmacies across Mullingar resume normal service

Pharmacies across Mullingar and the surrounding areas have recommenced dispensing prescription medication, after the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU) urged them to resume normal service in the interest of patient safety.

Normal service resumes at Mayo pharmacies

The pharmacy/HSE action is over for now with hundreds of pharmacists once again dispensing medicines under the Community Drug Schemes. But the Irish Pharmaceutical Union has warned that if the HSE places any obstacles in the way of pharmacies resuming normal services they will be met with a “very swift response”.

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