MAY 2020 UPDATE - PHARMACY REOPENING MATERIALS
As states continue to ease restrictions and businesses start to re-open, pharmacies across the US are starting to allow patients back inside the store. To help educate your patients about your pharmacy's re-opening - and any unique regulations you may be implementing to continue to keep your team and patients safe - we have created some simple materials for you to use.
Now, more than ever, it is important to continue to market to your patients, and community. People are looking to their trusted healthcare partners for helpful, reliable, information on what is going on and what they can do to stay healthy. Your pharmacy has been a beacon during this pandemic, and now is the perfect time to show everyone exactly what your pharmacy can do to help keep their health on track - outside of simply filling prescriptions.
If you are ready to get your marketing back on track to make up for lost time and revenue due to COVID-19, give us a call today at 515.280.2914 or email
FIRST AND FOREMOST, THANK YOU FOR WHO YOU ARE AND WHAT YOU DO.
In the face of this unprecedented challenge, community pharmacies are once again on the front lines while other businesses pause and our communities start shutting down in an effort to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Your patients and community are looking to you to provide reputable information, answer their questions, and give them peace of mind - and we would like to help.
To save you time and stress, we have attached materials for your patients and staff, from sources including the WHO, CDC, NCPA, and OSHA. Materials include flyers, bagstuffers, letters, social media posts, and one-sheets with information on COVID-19.
If you would like any custom materials created, please reach out to us at 515.280.2914, or fill out the form below.
MATERIALS FOR PATIENTS
Hand Sanitizer Recipe
Flyers and bagstuffers on COVID-19 facts, symptoms, hand washing, protecting yourself, coping with stress
One-sheets on what is COVID-19 and what to do if you become affected
MATERIALS FOR PHARMACY
CDC's crisis and emergency risk communication on an infectious disease outbreak
Social Media posts
Basic protective measures provided by the WHO
A patient letter
OSHA guidelines on preparing your workplace for COVID-19
NCPA Webinar & information: