The Pharmacy Focus this quarter is on a special group of pharmacies who provided a memorable glimpse into U.S. pharmacy practices to a select group of Japanese pharmacy students who were attending Mukogawa Fort Wright Institute (MFWI) this last summer. This unique exchange is a cooperative venture between Spokane pharmacies and the English language program at MFWI.
Cardinal Health pharmacists host Japanese student pharmacists on international rotation.
6th Ave Medical Pharmacy hosts Japanese student pharmacists on international rotation.
Cardinal Care NW host Japanese student pharmacists on international rotation.
About 20-25 pharmacy students were curious and excited to practice their English skills as well as learn about the difference in pharmacy practices between the U.S. and Japan.
Hart and Dilatush Pharmacy
Our featured pharmacy this month is Hart and Dilatush, in Spokane.
Hart and Dilatush Pharmacy first opened in 1918 and has been located in downtown Spokane within the Bank of America Financial Center for the last 5 years. Historically, the pharmacy was open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, until 1969 when after 51 years of continuous operation they had to search for a key to lock the front door. (more…)