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* Pharmville aims to be the leading
drugstore nationwide by fulfilling our
social responsibilities in providing
satisfying pharmacy services ensuring
affordable yet high quality products with
accuracy in doses for optimum
therapeutic effect.
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*Pharmville is committed to achieve the following:
-to give customer satisfaction above everything by
providing accommodating and professional counseling.
-to make high quality and affordable medicines
available to the community.
- to establish good relationships between the
employees, health care practitioners and customers.
- to extend our knowledge about medicines to the
public complemented with a strong sense of social
purpose.
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*2 Important Factors:
Efficiency and Hospitality

*Hiring:
-Educational Background
- Ask them a few questions regarding their line of
work
- Interview and find out how they respond

*Hiring Cashiers
- College graduate of any 4-year course
- not above 30 years old
- test to see how fast and how well they can compute for things like
discounts or promos
- communication skills
*Hiring Pharmacists
- Pharmacy graduate
- Registered
- not above 30 years old
-trial to see how they work in an actual situation
*Hiring Pharmacy |Assistants
-Graduate of any health related courses
-not above 30 years old
*Hiring Accountant
-accountancy graduate
-board passer
-not above 30 years old
*Exceptions in Hiring



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QUALITY POLICY
-Satisfy the customers with company product
-Offer a more outstanding position in innovation
policy in drug manufacturing
-Effectively carry out the principles and regulations
-Ensure permanent proficiency level upgrade of
company personnel
-Dedicated to utilizing the latest equipment and
advanced technologies
-Provide services of new product growth, quality
control and manufacture
-Encourage professional pride of company staff
*Facilities and equipment

-Compounding area will be a limited-access area.
-Unauthorized work of any kind in the compounding area is strictly
forbidden.
-Know the location of the fire extinguishers in the pharmacy
-The pharmacy will be clean, well-lighted, and of sufficient size -For
hand washing, a sink with hot and cold running water will be in close
proximity to the compounding area.
-Refrigeration, freezing, ventilation, and room temperature control
capabilities
-Mopping, cleaning of storage shelving/refrigerators, antimicrobial
testing results and temperature of storage area and refrigerators are
readily available.

*Storage and Handling of Sterile Products

-Solutions, drugs, supplies and equipment used to prepare or
administer sterile products will be stored in accordance with
manufacturer or USP requirements.
-Temperature in refrigerators and freezers will be monitored
and documented daily.
-Finished sterile preparations stored in refrigerators outside the
pharmacy will be monitored
-Pharmacy storage area will be monitored
-Products that have exceeded their expiration dates will be
removed from active storage areas

*Personnel Cleansing and Garbing

-Appropriate uniform is required for anyone
-The wearing of artificial nails or extenders is
prohibited while working in the sterile compounding
environment.
-Coats, purses and other personal items should be
stored in lockers or the employee lounge area;
personal items are not to be stored in the
anteroom/area
*Hygiene and Sanitation

-Storage facilities with quarantining of incoming
herbal matter to prevent the spread of microorganisms.
-Maintenance of segregated areas for different
materials and of appropriate environmental conditions.
-Production areas controlled for dust, fumes and
vapors generated by the processing of these substances.
-Cleanliness of equipment to avoid microbiological
contamination

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*I. Attendance
A. PUNCTUALITY
-Present at the office at exactly 6 am
-Extension of 5 minutes after the store call time. Failure to
comply, he or she is considered tardy.
-3 tardiness merits an absence
-A total of 15 days sick leave per year. If sickness occurs for
more than two days, secure a medical upon return
*B. SICK LEAVE
-15 days of sick leave per year
-hospitalization
stay for more than 15 days
-feels ill during his or her shift
allow half day

*C. MATERNITY LEAVE
- Female employee pregnant
maternity leave is on last trimester of her pregnancy
-After delivery of the child
leave is to be extended one month
*D. VACATION LEAVE
-total of 15 days vacation leave
-absence not included in the employees paycheck

*II. MANNERS AND DECORUM
A. Decorum in assisting the customers
B. Decorum in handling and usage of company
equipment
C. Decorum in interaction with other
employees

*III. EMPLOYEE SHIFT SCHEDULES AND BREAKS
-minimum of 9 hours per day
-includes 1 hour break
-individual shifts are arranged by the branch
manager and changed regularly

*IV. DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS
-1
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offense
-2
nd
offense
-3
rd
offense

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*Fire Exits and Tool expenses:
Fire sprinklers (6) P60,000
Fire Extinguishers (3) P6,600
Fire Alarms (1) P1000

*Burglar Alarm expenses:
Burglar Alarm (1) P1,972

*Machineries and Equipments:
Capsule-Filling Machine
Computer (6) P114,900
Cash Registers (3) P90,000
Tablet Tray (1) P300
Spatula (2) P200
Trays for Drug
Orders (10) P100
Telephones and
Directories (2) P1,512
Printers (3) P39,000
Bio-Ref (1) P75,000
Mortar and Pestle (2) P740
Graduated Cylinder (2) P780
Glassine (500pcs.)P100
Paper bags: small (1000pcs.) P300
medium (1000pcs) P635
large (500pcs) P840
Water Dispenser (1) P1,698
*Budgeting and Expenses
For the land (rent) P303,360
(construction) P1,040,000
For the Salaries of workers:
Accountant P25,000
Pharmacist P25,000
PA P20,000
Cashier P20,000
Janitor P14,000
Security Guard P14,000
For Electricity and Water Bills P50,000 (per month)
For the Registration
expenses of a Pharmacy P18,000
For the Pharmacopeial Books
and Laws needed P52,752
For the Uniforms of workers
to be tailored P5, 600
For the Machineries and Equipment
to be used P578,249


*Reference Books

Goodman and Gilmans (1) P800
USP 37/ NF 32 (1) P40,723
MIMS (1) P429
Remingtons (1) 10,800
PNDF given
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*An Act Regulating the Practice of Pharmacy
and Settings Standards of Pharmaceutical
Education

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*An act providing for a comprehensive water
quality management and for other purposes.
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*An act to ensure the safety and purity of
foods, drugs, and cosmetics being made
available to the public by creating the food
and drug administration which shall
administer and enforce the laws pertaining
thereto.
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*An Act Prohibiting Counterfeit Drugs,
Providing Penalties for Violations and
Appropriating Funds Therefor.

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*An act instituting the comprehensive
dangerous drugs act of 2002, repealing
republic act no. 6425, otherwise known
as the dangerous drugs act of 1972, as
amended, providing funds therefor, and
for other purposes.
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*An act granting additional benefits and
privileges to senior citizens, further
amending republic act no. 7432, as amended,
otherwise known as an act to maximize the
contribution of senior citizens to nation
building, grant benefits and special privileges
and for other purposes
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*Business Name (BN) Registration
*Mayors Permit
*Tax Identification Number (TIN)
*Social Security System (SSS) Certificate
*License to Operate (LTO)

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*Prescription Record Book
*Dangerous Drugs Record Book
*Controlled Drugs Record Book


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7:00am-3:00pm 3:00pm-11:00pm
SUNDAY P1,PA1,PA2,C1,C2,G1 P1, PA3,PA4, C3,C4,G1,A
MONDAY P2, PA1,PA2, C1,C2, G2,
BM
P1, PA3,PA4, C1,C2,
G1,A
TUESDAY P2, PA1,PA2, C3,C4, G2,
BM
P1, PA1,PA2, C1,C2,
G2,A
WEDNESDAY P2, PA3,PA4, C3,C4, G1,
BM
P2, PA1,PA2, C3,C4,
G2,A
THURSDAY P1, PA3,PA4, C1,C2, G1,
BM
P2, PA3,PA4, C3,C4,
G2,A
FRIDAY P1, PA1,PA2, C1,C2, G1,
BM
P2, PA3,PA4, C3,C4,
G2,A
SATURDAY P1, PA1,PA2, C1,C2, G1,
BM
P2, PA3,PA4,C3,C4, G2
PA=Pharmacy Assistant
P=Pharmacist
C=Cashier
BM=Branch Manager
G=Guard
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