Kings Pharmacy owner Ron DelGaudio wins prestigious award.

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How sweet an award is!

Five packets go to owner Ron Del Gaudio, pharmacist-supreme, for winning the Health Mart® Diabetes Care Excellence Award. Standing O pal Ron is only one of five pharmacists across the country to have received this prestigious award, which was presented on Sept. 13.

Pharmacist Ron has spent the last 25 years implementing his vision of what a pharmacy should be. From an innovative one-year post-graduate training program for future apothecarists — the only one in all of the metropolitan area, we might add — to meticulously building a new kind of pharmacy, staffed by trained specialists with offices for one-on-one counseling and an American Diabetes Assocation-recognized program, every last detail is centered around improved care.

“I’m very honored to get the award and to help people with diabetes,” said Ron.

Which is the main reason that Health Mart bestowed this award on our pal?

“Pharmacists are often the first point of care for those diagnosed with diabetes,” said Chuck Wilson veep at Health Mart. “We recognize that diabetes is a serious disease and Ron has proven himself as a go-to resource in his community for those managing the disease.”

Kings Pharmacy [357 Flatbush Ave. at Sterling Place in Park Slope, (718) 230–3535].

Posted 12:00 am, December 20, 2012
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Holly Dillon from Owensboro says:
My daughter was working at kings in owensboro for several months and never received training, she just lost a baby 6 months ago, the pharmist was yelling at her in front of customers. Today they fired her a week before Christmas, she should have received training, I myself and others are switching pharmacies because the way audie the pharmist treats people. Her name is mariah wilkerson. They fire her because they said she wasn't getting it. I'm ashamed the way customers and new employee's are treated.
Dec. 15, 2015, 10:05 pm

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