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‘It’s been a real struggle’: Medical staff, patients struggle to access care

July 3, 2021 Comments Off on ‘It’s been a real struggle’: Medical staff, patients struggle to access care By admin

WASHINGTON — For nearly a year, Andrew R. Kuznar has been trying to find a way to make the pharmacy in his Everett, Washington, neighborhood a pharmacy of sorts.

Kazikos Pharmacy is an independent pharmacy specializing in medicinal herbs and spices.

But his dream is to open a pharmacy that serves everyone.

“It’s an opportunity for everybody, for everybody who wants to get better and to have access to medicines,” he said.

“You have to make it work.”

Kuznor said he started searching for a pharmacy to open in 2012 and was eventually able to secure a lease for the first location in Everett.

It was the only one in the area.

That location is now closed, Kuzniars future plans for the pharmacy are uncertain.

“There’s a lot of uncertainty,” he told The Washington Post.

The Everett pharmacy had been open since 2009.

Koznar has opened four pharmacies over the years.

He said he and his wife were able to open the first in 2016, but the pharmacy has been closed since last year.

“We’ve been in this business for years,” Kuznik said.

“[It’s] been a long journey.

I think we’ve been a bit of a mess.”

Koznik said he has been dealing with a lot more than just the pharmacy.

He and his family are struggling to make ends meet and the cost of living has become a challenge.

“The problem is, we don’t have a home.

We have a car, and we have bills,” he added.

The pharmacy in Everett was recently forced to close its doors.

A spokesperson for the Everett Public Schools Department said the closure was due to the financial impact of the closure on the community.

The department had previously announced a plan to make up for the closure by offering an education and support program.

Kzorrs pharmacy is one of the only businesses that has been able to survive the closure of a pharmacy in the community because of the school district.

“That was the big thing that really pushed me forward,” Kozniars wife, Jennifer, said.

Kuknar said he had never thought of opening a pharmacy for his community.

“I don’t think anybody really has to go through this,” he explained.

“Everybody can do it.”

The Everett Pharmacy has a reputation as one of Everett’s most sought-after pharmacies, according to Kuznans business partner, Matthew J. Smith.

He added that the community has always been supportive of Kuzniaks work.

“Everywhere we go, we have positive feedback,” Smith said.

He also said Kuznr has been a good role model for his younger children.

“He has taken care of them,” Smith added.

K Zoranovic, Koznor’s father-in-law, said he would be happy if Kuznick continued to work in the pharmacy industry.

“Andrew has done a lot for his kids and his community, he’s been very supportive of his kids, and I think he’s doing very well for himself,” he remarked.

“This is something he’s very passionate about, and he’s done it for a long time.

It’s something that’s been on his mind.”

Kzora says he and the other partners have struggled to keep the doors open for a few years.

“For a long period of time, we’ve had no money,” he admitted.

“At one point, I was looking to sell and I was selling.

I said, ‘Oh, I have to sell.'”

But Kuznih said he doesn’t feel the same way about the closure.

“To me, it’s the same as the last time,” he continued.

“They closed it, they gave us no money, and then they shut it again.

K Zora said he thinks the closure will eventually make people want to come back to the pharmacy, but for now, they are hoping that their son will be able to find another pharmacy that will take his business. “

When you’re closing down a business, you’re going to make some people miserable, but this business has always done well.”

K Zora said he thinks the closure will eventually make people want to come back to the pharmacy, but for now, they are hoping that their son will be able to find another pharmacy that will take his business.

“My only hope is that he does come back and open up another one in our community,” K Zorovic said.

The community has been supportive and generous with Kuznoys efforts to reopen the pharmacy for the community, Kuknor said.

But for now his business has been shuttered.

“All the money I’ve made, all my work, all the hours I’ve put in, all of that’s gone,” he stated.

KZorovic added that he hopes his son will someday open up a pharmacy again in his neighborhood.

“One day, I hope he can open up and be a pharmacy manager again,” he concluded.

“If he can, I want to do it for him.” With

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