In order to become a pharmacist, one needs to complete a four-year university course and work for a year under a qualified pharmacist. So, it’s safe to say that registered pharmacists are highly trained professionals, and that you can put all your trust in them concerning any number of situations.
The same holds true for pharmacy technicians who have two-year diplomas and are qualified to prepare medicines and give advice on topics such as weight management or smoking cessation.
All members the Murphy’s Chemist staff are registered with the the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), the independent regulator for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises in Great Britain.
And all of them are committed to their obligations and your wellbeing. We are proud that we can call them “our team” and even prouder that you trust us to be a part of it too.