Guardian's Dedicated Pharmacists
Guardian Malaysia’s 49 years of heritage has given us a credible establishment in the country. The brand has touched many families over half a century making us part of your life.
As your trusted pharmacy chain, Guardian Malaysia takes pride and full responsibility in serving the local community in the most professional and ethical manner.Regardless to different dispensary standards seen in the market, Guardian Malaysia pays our respect to the profession and commitment to lawful dispensary. We strongly believe this TRUST between us and our Pharmacists, the TRUST between our Pharmacists and you, will continually allow us to be your reliable partner in healthy living.
Here at Guardian, we have over 90 licensed pharmacists to serve the needs of the community. All Guardian pharmacists are fully registered with the Pharmacy Board of Malaysia and provide ethical dispensing of prescriptions. Our pharmacists are committed to improve medication usage through professional consultation and giving advice on over the counter medications and health supplements.
We will continue to build a safe and trustworthy channel to serve our people of Malaysia. Come and meet our Pharmacists at one of our stores today.
Jia Yi, a registered pharmacist graduated in 2012 with an Honours Degree in Bachelor of Pharmacy from International Medical University. She joined Guardian Health & Beauty Sdn Bhd in November 2014 as a licensed community pharmacist. Before this, she had 2 years of experience in pharmacy practice in the public sector.
Lilian, a registered pharmacist, graduated from University Sains Malaysia (USM) in year 2006, with an honours degree in Bachelor of Pharmacy. Currently, she is also a certified pharmacist in Weight Management & Smoking Cessation Programme. She is dedicated in providing quality patient care and safe medication dispensing for the community. She joined Guardian Pharmacy in July 2011 as a Retail Pharmacist. Formerly, she was with Hospital Jerantut (Pahang) as a Clinical Pharmacist for 5 years. She believes and emphasises in patient-oriented care, i.e. in-ward bedside dispensing and counselling. She participated in daily ward round with physicians, provided drug information, answered drug queries from physicians, assisted in developing patients’ pharmaceutical care plan. She also ran Medication Therapy Adherence Clinic (MTAC) for diabetic patients in which patients’ therapies were being reviewed weekly.
A registerd pharmacist, graduated in 2015 with Master of Pharmacy from University of Nottingham. Following his graduation, he completed his pre-reg training in a community pharmacy in UK and Leicester Royal Infirmary. During his training abroad, he has extensive experience as a clinical pharmacist in cardiology department. In 2017, he joined Guardian as a retail pharmacist and continue to provide professional services and advices to the community.
Mooi Ngan, a registered pharmacist, graduated with an Honours Degree in Bachelor of Pharmacy from the University Sains Malaysia. She joined Guardian since she first graduated and has remained here since, now presently in Guardian Taman Danau Desa branch. She is truly committed and dedicated to perform her duties as a manager cum pharmacist with the utmost capabilities and commitment.
Debbie Thum graduated with a Bachelor in Pharmacy from Perth. She has been with Guardian since 2008 and she was previously attached to other pharmaceutical companies. Debbie feels that the great thing about her current role is that it puts her in a position to empower people with knowledge to take care of their health and that of their families’. Self care through education is an area that Debbie is very passionate about. Being active and healthy for as long as possible is what everyone wants for themselves and this is achieved by being proactive in one’s own health. Community pharmacists are a readily accessible resource that can help people do that. Debbie urges people to avail themselves to this resource.
Yap, a registered pharmacist, graduated in 2007 with Master of Pharmacy from University of Strathclyde. Before joining Guardian Pharmacy, Yap underwent her Provisionally Registered Pharmacist Training for 1 year at Hospital Sungai Buloh, followed by 3 years of compulsory National Pharmacy Service as a registered pharmacist in Klinik Kesihatan Kuala Selangor. Upon completion of her compulsory service, she continued to work as a pharmacist in charge at Klinik Kesihatan Taman Ehsan for 2 years. Miss Yap joined Guardian Pharmacy in June 2013 and is a community pharmacist at Guardian Aeon Metro Prima.