A script pharmacy is a small-scale pharmacy that makes the final call on the amount of pharmaceuticals to be supplied to a pharmacy.
It is usually staffed by a pharmacist who has expertise in the use of pharmaceutical products and is a skilled practitioner.
The script pharmacy also serves as a source of advice to the pharmacy owner and other stakeholders.
The pharmacy owner can make an application for a script pharmacy licence, or a licence to supply scripts.
The licence holder can then buy medicines from the pharmacy.
Pharmacy owners in Thailand can also buy medicines directly from script pharmacies.
The pharmacies also can sell to other pharmacists.
They can be used to provide medication for people in rural areas who can’t afford to buy medicines themselves.
Script pharmacies can also provide pharmacy services in the city, such as prescriptions, laboratory testing and testing for tuberculosis, and other pharmaceuticals.
The Pharmacy Owners Association of Thailand (PhoAT) has been working for years to make script pharmacies available to more patients.
The PhoAT started out by supplying pharmacy services to patients in Phuket and Bangkok in 2012.
Since then, it has expanded its services to all provinces, including in Siam.
Pharmacies in Bangkok now can purchase medicines from PhoATS pharmacies, although not all PhoATES pharmacies have the same level of pharmacy expertise.
Some PhoATEs pharmacies have only one pharmacist, and do not have enough pharmacist training.
The phoAT has worked hard to educate people about the need to be aware of the pharmacists qualifications and to get training to fill the gaps.
It also has started offering pharmacist education programs in rural and urban areas.
The government is encouraging all provinces to get involved in the phoATE program.
This includes the PhoATTs programme for Phoate pharmacy students.
The program provides students with training in the pharmacist profession and provides them with the tools they need to prepare to become a pharmacy professional.
The pharmacist program is open to all people who want to learn about the profession of pharmacy.
A pharmacist will be a pharmaceutically qualified pharmacist for whom the pharmacist license has been issued.
The qualifications of a pharmaculturist are similar to a pharmastrictor and require an associate’s degree and two years of coursework in pharmacy.
The license holder will have to take an exam to prove that he or she is qualified to practise as a pharmaaculturer.
A pharmacy license is not necessary to get a license to buy drugs, but is considered important in certain situations.
The licensing of a pharmacy is only valid if it is a private pharmacy or if the pharmacy is in an approved hospital, nursing home or assisted living facility.
Pharmacists can sell medicines at a pharmacy or a pharmacy can sell medicine directly to the public, but they can also sell to people who live in rural villages or rural towns.
The main reason for the restriction of script pharmacies in rural Thailand is the lack of a local pharmacy with the same knowledge and expertise as a script pharmacist.
The availability of pharmacies in the countryside can also limit the access of patients to medications and drugs that are cheaper.
The shortage of pharmacies means that pharmacists in rural locations are limited in their ability to provide care and services to the people of rural areas.
There are several reasons for the lack to have pharmacies in villages.
First, many rural residents cannot afford to pay for medication.
If they have to go to the hospital or other facilities to get medication, the costs are not covered by the local government.
Second, many villagers cannot afford private doctors or nurses because the government does not cover medical expenses for the rural population.
Third, it is not always easy to find a pharmacoepidemiologist or other specialists in rural Thai villages.
Fourth, there is not enough pharmacy staff to make sure that pharmacies are equipped with the necessary medicines and that the quality of medicine and drugs is high.
Finally, it may be difficult for people to access the medication they need in rural communities.
The problem of lack of pharmaculture in rural rural areas is not limited to Thailand alone.
Many other countries have a shortage of pharmacists because of the shortage of doctors and nurses in rural settings.
Pharmaculture is also needed in other developing countries.
In the United States, there are approximately 600 pharmacists who work in pharmacies.
In Canada, there have been several studies to assess the impact of pharmacist shortage on the health of people in the rural areas, and the results have been mixed.
In one study, people who did not have a pharmacacist for two years experienced a significantly higher incidence of cardiovascular disease and respiratory diseases than those who had a pharmacist for three years.
The researchers concluded that pharmacacist shortage was linked to the incidence of chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease.
In another study, the researchers found that pharmacacists had a positive impact on the incidence and severity of hypertension in the community.
They also found that people who were more educated in the area and