Popular Lurgan pharmacy is to reopen to customers and patients after short temporary closure
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Popular Lurgan pharmacist Feargál McGrann has been appointed superintendent temporarily and regular customers will be delighted to know it is reopening on Friday.
In a statement Campbell’s Pharmacy said it would like to thank all the staff in the GP surgeries and local pharmacies for their help. “In particular McKeagney’s North Street for being our contingency pharmacy at such short notice. And apologies to all our patients and customers for any inconvenience and we hope to welcome them back soon.”
A local pharmacist explained that Campbells is part of a chain of four pharmacies in NI. For these to remain open there has to be a superintendent Pharmacist appointed. The previous superintendent Pharmacist left two weeks ago and the contractor has been unable to find a replacement. The Board had advised the pharmacy to close temporarily until a superintendent is appointed.