coborn, a company that sells pharmaceuticals to the NHS, has set up a chain pharmacy called The Pharmacy.
It is one of the first of its kind in the country.
The Pharmacare will also open in Dublin in early 2019, with a number of other locations planned for the next three years.
Its main competitor is the Irish National Pharmacy which is owned by the National Health Service (NHS).
The Pharmacares website has been redesigned to be more user-friendly, and the new product catalogue will feature all the ingredients, brands and brands of every medication and product it sells.
The Pharmacy is expected to be a big hit with the NHS and the public.
“This is a great opportunity for us and it will be a great platform to reach out to the public,” said Dr Alan McGinnan, chief executive of coborn.
“We know that it is a unique business and we have to be very careful to ensure that the brand is appealing to all of the people that we serve.”
The Pharmacies goal is to reach as many people as possible and the company is also targeting young people in the area, as it is aiming to expand its distribution.
“We’ve been talking to a lot of different schools, we’ve had a lot contact from parents and they’ve come in, and we know that if we’re doing it right we’ll get a lot more parents in the local community,” said Mr McGinnant.
“And we’re really trying to get it right with the kids, and it’s going to be really exciting.”
The new pharmacy will open in the new PharmacARE space on the second floor of the hospital.
The new space will be used by the pharmacy to sell pharmaceuticals.
“The Pharmacoare will have a number [of] complementary medicines that we have available at the same time,” Mr McGinan said.
The pharmacy is expected come in and out of the space every day, but it will not have the same level of staff.
The pharmacy will offer a wide range of products including vitamins and herbs, cough drops, pain relievers, painkillers, antibiotics and other medicines.
“It will be very flexible,” Mr McConn said.
“This pharmacy will also be available in the other locations.”
There are plans to build more branches around the country to expand the reach of the business.
Coborn said it had already sold more than 1 million pills since it started in March and it hopes to sell more in the future.
For more information about the PharmacoARE, visit www.coborn.ie or call 087 828 6091.