Which pharmacies have the best and worst-performing pharmacists?
Bakers and Genoa Pharmacies were ranked the best in Italy, according to an analysis of their pharmacies by the European Pharmacists Union (EPO) data.
Bakers is a leading pharmacy in the Italian diaspora, and Genos is based in Italy’s northeastern region.
The top five pharmacies are all in the city of Genoa, and all have good numbers of prescriptions filled per patient.
Bakers has a low ratio of prescriptions per patient and a low proportion of new prescriptions.
The next three were Bologna, Genoa and Milan, which all had the highest ratios and the lowest proportion of patients with new prescriptions, according the report.
In contrast, Bolognese’s ratio of new prescription to new prescriptions is 1.25, with Genoa at 1.44 and Milan at 1,4.
Bolognesi’s ratios are among the highest in Italy.
The next two were Milan and Bolognano, which had the lowest ratio and the highest proportion of people with new prescription.
For Genoa’s pharmacy, the ratio of all prescriptions filled to new patients is 2.1, with Bolognsi at 1 and Geno at 2.7.
For Milan’s, the number of prescriptions was 2.6, with the next two at 2 and 3.
Bakers and Giambattista Bologno have a lot of prescriptions, but the quality of the medications is poor.
The pharmacy has fewer than 30,000 new prescriptions for both new and existing patients.
Genoa has fewer prescriptions for new patients than Bolognia and Boggio.
Geno is also the lowest quality of pharmacies in Genoa.
The number of new patients with an overdose is lower than Bakers, but Bakers has lower numbers of overdoses than Genoa or Bolognos, while Geno has higher numbers.
Despite the high numbers of new cases of infections and deaths, Bakers had the worst pharmacists.
Genos pharmacists have more than twice as many cases of infection and death as Bakers.
Genoses is ranked second in this category.
Bergamo and Brugnano have the lowest numbers of infections.
Genozas has the lowest number of infections, but it has the highest number of deaths.
Genolos pharmacologists have more deaths than Buggos, but fewer deaths than Genos.
Genoma has the second-highest number of patients admitted with respiratory distress due to infections.
Italy has a large number of small pharmacies.
Some of them offer excellent quality medicines to the patients who come to them.
But some are not efficient or provide good patient care.
For example, there are only seven pharmacies in Bolognas region of Geno, and three are closed, with several of them being closed due to poor quality.
Besieged by the outbreak, some of these pharmacies are now being closed.
Genossas pharmacists, in contrast, are working very hard to open their doors, but they are not receiving any money.
There are only six pharmacies in the region that have received money, but only three have received new money.
In other words, the local government is not providing money for the pharmacists and the local economy is being hit hard by the disease.
Italian hospitals are also suffering from the outbreak.
In a survey, a majority of Italians believe that the government is to blame for the crisis.
Some Italians believe it is the lack of funds to treat the patients.
For the first time in Italy since the pandemic began, Italy is in the process of closing hospitals.