Stockland Wetherill Park has partnered with Chemistworks on a temporary new initiative which will offer more convenience to customers collecting their scripts.
The new service allows customers to pre-arrange a time with the Chemistworks team to drop off and pick up their pre-paid scripts. Customers can then park in the allocated spaces outside of the store to complete their orders.
Catherine Bronger, an owner at Chemistworks, said that the new service will help to minimise queues and satisfy social distancing regulations.
“We’re thrilled to have partnered with Stockland on this initiative and know it will bring relief to some of our customers who may feel uncomfortable or unable to come into our store, particularly parents with children.
“It will also allow everyone to collect their medications without having to physically enter the store which is particularly helpful for those who may be more vulnerable to illness or are feeling unwell.”
Ben Simpson-Morgan, Retail Manager at Stockland Wetherill Park, said that they’ve listened to what customers want and were pleased to assist in organising this service which adds ease and comfort to the shopping experience.
“We’re pleased to be able to help keep our retailers, customers and community as safe as possible through simple changes to support physical distancing.
“We are always looking for ways to make the shopping experience more curated and convenient, and think this is a great option for those who prefer to stay inside of their vehicle.”
In addition to the script collection service, Chemistworks at Stockland Wetherill Park offers same-day home delivery and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.