Dis-Chem aims to invest heavily in its pharmacies and nursing skills as part of an ambitious strategy to build an integrated primary health-care system. 

The pharmaceutical group is repositioning its brand from being a pharmacy retailer to being a health care provider. The company provides clinics at its pharmacies to enable patients to consult nurses and it offers virtual doctors’ consultations — about 8,000 per month...

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