Absence of Leave certificates. $20.00

For sudden, casual injury or illness of short duration.

Importance

Saves you time as no appointment necessary

How does it work?

Pharmacists may issue a certificate for minor illnesses, whereas a doctor will issue a certificate for a major illness.

You will need a certificate to verify that your absence from work was due to an injury or illness to you (personal leave) or a member of your immediate family who might depend on you (carer’s leave).

Ask our pharmacist for an appointment by phone or just drop in. We will attend to your matter with little or no waiting time.

Benefit to you

Very important to maintain a good employment record, as you continue through life building up your CV.

Resources

Our experts can help you identify and manage your health concerns using modern, safe and effective techniques.

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