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  Keith Allen Johnson

 

After completing his degree at Rhodes in 1974, Keith began his working career at WarnerLambert, Cape Town as an intern. He progressed to Cosmetic Chemist at Yardley of London before going on to do technical marketing at Hudson & Knight (part of Lever Bros) in Durban. He quickly realised that working with patients in a Community Pharmacy was were he wanted to finish his career and moved back to Cape Town before purchasing the first of 4 pharmacies, in Malmesbury, namely Geard Pharmacy. After 34 years he still delivers a clinic-based pharmaceutical service to the Malmesbury public.

 

He has qualified as a Family planning practitioner, an Immunization pharmacist and a PCDT pharmacist holding a Sec 22 permit to this day.

He served on Pharmacy Council from 2003 to 2013 where he was Chairman of both Committee of Preliminary Investigation and Informal Inquiry while also serving on the Practice, Education, Audit and Executive Committees.

Keith has also had a long career in the Pharmaceutical Society being President from 1998 to 2001, is a Fellow of the PSSA and an Honorary Life member of both his branch and the national body.

 

He has presented many papers during his career ranging from practice to professional remuneration both at local and international (FIP) conferences.

 

 

 

After completing his degree at Rhodes in 1974, Keith began his working career at WarnerLambert, Cape Town as an intern. He progressed to Cosmetic Chemist at Yardley of London before going on to do technical marketing at Hudson & Knight (part of Lever Bros) in Durban. He quickly realised that working with patients in a Community Pharmacy was were he wanted to finish his career and moved back to Cape Town before purchasing the first of 4 pharmacies, in Malmesbury, namely Geard Pharmacy. After 34 years he still delivers a clinic-based pharmaceutical service to the Malmesbury public.

He has qualified as a Family planning practitioner, an Immunization pharmacist and a PCDT pharmacist holding a Sec 22 permit to this day.

He served on Pharmacy Council from 2003 to 2013 where he was Chairman of both Committee of Preliminary Investigation and Informal Inquiry while also serving on the Practice, Education, Audit and Executive Committees.

Keith has also had a long career in the Pharmaceutical Society being President from 1998 to 2001, is a Fellow of the PSSA and an Honorary Life member of both his branch and the national body.

He has presented many papers during his career ranging from practice to professional remuneration both at local and international (FIP) conferences.

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