The Pharmacy Equipment Marketplace

Pharmacy Equipment Marketplace
This week's Quick Tip comes from Shawn Earl, PharmD. Dr. Earl is the founder of Pinnacle Pharmacy Group and specializes in pharmacy mergers and acquisitions.

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This week’s Quick Tip comes from Shawn Earl, PharmD. Dr. Earl is the founder of Pinnacle Pharmacy Group and specializes in pharmacy mergers and acquisitions.

With community pharmacies strapped for cash now more than ever, we need to be able to get a good deal on pharmacy supplies and equipment. Things like scales, compounding equipment, printers, and more can add up fast, but buying used can help.

I started the Pharmacy Equipment Marketplace several years ago for that exact reason. Check it out if you’re in the market for anything your pharmacy needs.

If you have any equipment you don’t need anymore, you can also sell it on the marketplace and at least get some money back on it. That’s far better than it sitting on your shelf collecting dust!

You can also buy and sell new but no longer needed supplies like gloves, masks, hand sanitizer, and even office supplies like ink cartridges.

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