Recognition of Excellence 2020

Rose Rekhy

Rose Rekhy has many examples of applying OTC knowledge to support patient care, putting patients at ease and offering a personalised service.

Charmaine Hill

A summer job taken with Boots as a welcome introduction to “the real world” after university turned out to be much more than that for Charmaine.

Lucy Crockford

Dispensing assistant Lucy Crockford caught the eyes of the judges thanks to her involvement in Seafront Pharmacy’s ‘Triage + Treat’ service.

Julie Morran

A lot has changed since Julie Morran began working at Boots as part of the Government’s Youth Opportunities Programme back in the ’80s.

Nicola Coia

Nicola Coia is one of just two people delivering the Boots mole scanning service in the west of Scotland.

Myra Gauntlett

Myra Gauntlett was described by her nominating superintendent pharmacist as “one in seven billion”.

Chantelle Eaton

Chantelle was keen to get back to work when her children were older and said she just “fell into” a career in pharmacy.

Anisa Tai

Anisa works from 9.30am until 3pm at Vision Pharmacy, goes home to make dinner and returns to the pharmacy until 7.30pm.

Rosie Pettitt

Apprentice dispensing assistant Rosie is a real tech advocate. “Technology is growing all around us,” she says.

Aileen McLachlan

A self-confessed tech novice, Aileen McLachlan was suddenly faced with being the main contact for the pharmacy’s new robot.

Ana Monteiro

Ana Monteiro has a flair for merchandising and an instinctive understanding of how to keep customers interested and motivated to buy.

Chloe Watson

Chloe is so enthusiastic about her work as a pharmacy assistant that she helps out at other understaffed branches as well as her own.

Eden Money

The judges were drawn to Eden’s caring nature and commitment to her new career.

Jacqueline Douglas

Despite having only worked in pharmacy for a short while, Jacqueline Douglas has had a tremendous impact.

Fiona Spraggins

Fiona Spraggins has continued to achieve her aims since winning the RoE Team Leader Award in 2019, now she is an RoE 2020 winner too.

Samantha Gillatt

Samantha Gillatt is someone who “goes the extra mile for every patient”, says her pharmacist manager Alexandra Gheorghita. 

Lesley Aldridge

Lesley Aldridge has a background in retail management and came to pharmacy 10 years ago when she was made redundant just before Christmas.

Sheila Gerrard

Sheila has worked in pharmacy for 23 years, and this longstanding experience stands her in great stead when customers ask for infant care advice.

Aleksandra Hajdecka

When Aleksandra got her masters degree in economics and agriculture in Poland, the last thing on her mind was pursuing a career in pharmacy.

Catherine Hinsley

Catherine Hinsley was named Infant Care Champion for her ambitious plans for outreach in local schools and impressive advice.

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