[Inspired by Stephen Fry]
TV: Very few pharmacies have them. Good for promoting services and key messages. Also lets patients watch Jeremy Kyle whilst waiting for their prescription.
Laptop: Used for methameasure and viewing restriced websites.
Landline: Best way to get stonewalled by a GP receptionist.
Pen: Losing one of these can increase waiting times.
Microwave: Essential for warming up last night left overs.
Smartphone: used for sneaky tweeting whilst the boss is not looking.
Digital camera: passport photos
Desktop computer: Can you imagine typing labels on a typewriter?
Electric Kettle: Most valuable gadget in pharmacy.
Fax: Used for receiving illegal CD prescriptions.
Retractable tape measure: measuring for hoisery
Stapler: Normally empty but invaluable
Calculator: used all the time after qualification.
Bathroom scales: weighing customers before going on Lipotrim and for the weekly staff weigh-in.
Burglar Alarm: keeps addicts out.
Vacuum Cleaner: cleaning up mess left by naughty kids.
Answerphone: We have not got one but some customers insist that they left us on a message on it.
Fan: used for two days of the year when it’s hot at work.
Shredder: Destroying confidential waste.
Scissors: used when dispensing split quantity of Stugeron.
Tablet counting machine: For those who cant operate a triangle