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National Pharmacies Awards for Optical Suppliers

National Pharmacies CEO Vito Borrello (L: second from front) with National Pharmacies Supplier of the Year Award recipients at the award event, held at the Adelaide Oval on August 23.

Industry players Zeiss, ProOptics, Maui Jim, The Elusive Miss Lou and Frames Etcetra have all been recognised for excellence in the 2023 National Pharmacies Supplier of the Year awards, held in Adelaide.

The Awards recognise quality, innovation, and integrity among the organisation’s suppliers of pharmaceutical and health products in the categories of ethical, retail and optical excellence.

National Pharmacies Chief Executive Officer Vito Borrello said: “Our suppliers are an integral part of our success and are vital to the important role we play within our community.

“Acknowledging the efforts of everyone who works so hard is fundamental to our success. Well done to all our winners.”

Optical by National Pharmacies Supplier of the Year awards went to:

  • Commercial Terms: Zeiss.
  • Supply Chain: ProOptics.
  • Communication and Service: Maui Jim.
  • Recognition of Excellence (small supplier): The Elusive Miss Lou.
  • Account Manager: Cynthia Stanes from Frames Etc.

(L-R): National Pharmacies General Manager Operations Sarah James, Teiger Sceats from The Elusive Miss Lou and National Pharmacies Business Optical Manager Lynne Haynes

Acknowledging the efforts of everyone who works so hard is fundamental to our success

Other National Pharmacies Supplier 2023 Awards recognised the ethical and retail suppliers of the year, with pharmaceutical organisation Viatris receiving three separate Supplier of the Year awards for ethical excellence and the Sapphire Group picking up two awards in recognition of outstanding field support and training, exceptional communication, and a commitment to growing business together.

There are 46 National Pharmacies operating in South Australia, Victoria, and New South Wales, with 19 optical stores operating in South Australia.