March is Pharmacy
Appreciation Month


Pharmacy can change the outcome of a person’s health as we, pharmacists, have all the tools available to provide the best pharmaceutical care to our community.

Pharmacy practice is changing the operation of our healthcare system. As such, pharmacists can make a substantial positive difference in people’s health outcomes. We are essential in helping our community by providing medications for minor ailments such as UTIs, sprains, allergies, and rashes; conducting medication reviews; offering education and support to families dealing with conditions like diabetes, and respiratory issues such as asthma; aiding in smoking cessation; adjusting drug interactions; administering injections; adapting and extending prescriptions; recommending changes to prescriptions; providing counseling to our community; and so much more. I have patients who come to the pharmacy solely to converse, and I consider it a great honor to be a part of their day and their thoughts.

I take great pride in being a pharmacist and contributing to the healthcare journey of my patients and their families as they work towards improving and maintaining their health. It’s incredibly fulfilling to arrive at work and connect with patients, assisting them to the best of my ability. Upon finishing our consultation, seeing a smile on the patient’s face as they leave, ready to face the day, and expressing gratitude for the service received is immensely rewarding. I am so grateful for the opportunity to be part  of their health recovery. 

We are professionals with a vision for the future, a future that is bright for us as pharmacists and healthcare professionals. I am incredibly happy and grateful for being a pharmacist, and I love every single day that I am working at the dispensary. I always have my professional code of ethics in mind, and I am fully committed to serving and protecting my patients and community. 

Yes, pharmacy can positively change a person’s life! While acting responsibly to always uphold our ethical duty to patients and the public, pharmacists can be agents for change in society. We are privileged to have been entrusted with great power, and with this power I believe I can make a significant impact on society.

I LOVE being a pharmacist!”

— Suchdev Kaur Kalsi

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