TerryWhite Chemmart’s 2019 HEART Award winners

The TerryWhite Chemmart Network Partner conference concluded last night with a special gala dinner held on the Gold Coast and the announcement of the HEART Award winners for 2019.

The award covers recognition across health, customer engagement, service and leadership.

The most prestigious award of the year – the TerryWhite Chemmart Rhonda White Leadership Award – was won by Matt Boulter, an owner pharmacist for Marion Compounding in SA for 10 years.

Nominated for the last two years, Mr Boulter was thrilled to take out the Leadership Award this year which recognises, amongst other achievements, his tireless work in building a large and highly successful DAA and residential care business in his community of Marion.

TerryWhite Chemmart CEO Duncan Phillips says he is immensely proud of Mr Boulter and all that he has achieved in his community.

Megan McWaters from Kapunda in SA won the Retail Leadership Award – a new award to 2019 – which recognises the pharmacy team leader who consistently leads their team by example.

The National Pharmacy of the Year award was won by TerryWhite Chemmart Browns Plains, Queensland, for customer service excellence led by owner Frank Uccellini; and the Improvement Award was won by the team from TerryWhite Chemmart Wodonga, Victoria.

Supplier Awards were also issued on the night to Arrotex for Best Supplier Representative Support, Bayer for Best Pharmacy Promotion and Ego Pharmaceuticals for Supplier of the Year.

State Pharmacy of the Year winners

State Pharmacy of the Year winners included:

Queensland – TerryWhite Chemmart Browns Plains

New South Wales – TerryWhite Chemmart Charlestown

Victoria – TerryWhite Chemmart Rye Beach

Tasmania – TerryWhite Chemmart Burnie

South Australia – TerryWhite Chemmart Kincraig

Western Australia – TerryWhite Chemmart Pinjarra

Six hundred delegates attended this year’s conference held over three days on the Gold Coast at the Star Resort.

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