For the love of health, people

Monday, April 22, 2019

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MANDEVILLE, Manchester - Guests at Three Angels Pharmacy's annual Customer Appreciation Day on Thursday, March 28 were treated to giveaways, product sampling from different companies, presentations on health and wellness, and free medical care — including dental cleaning, checking of blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol testing, plus heart, cancer, eye and osteoporosis screening.

Rohan McNellie, proprietor of Three Angels and a pharmacist by profession, has been on a quest to not only deliver the core services of his business, but also to help provide public education and assistance to reduce and prevent lifestyle illnesses.

Pansy Taylor-Wilson, who gave a testimonial at the event, said that she can get medication for herself and her husband even when she is not able to pay at the same time.

“Sometime [when I return to pay] him (McNellis) nuh remember, but through mi honest,” said Taylor-Wilson.

She said the connection she forged with McNellie, whom she affectionately referred to as 'Mr Mac', and the pharmacy started from about 2007.

Some of the distributors and sponsors who made the treat to the community possible were Geddes Grant, Kirk Distributors, LASCO, JMMB Bank, Sagicor, Qualcare Limited, FennTech, Facey, Zimmer Global, and Massy Distribution.

Here are photo highlights from the recent Customer Appreciation Day on the grounds of Three Angels Pharmacy on Caledonia Road in Mandeville.

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