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INDIES PHARMA'S FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO THE STUDENT DOCTORS...
Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Pharma Jamaica awards 9 scholarships

Last year Dr Guna Muppuri, visionary principal founder and CEO of Indies Pharma Jamaica title sponsors of the conference for the second-consecutive year promised to supply four scholarships, but more than doubled the offer.

INDIES PHARMA EYES FOR LISTING ON THE JAMAICA STOCK EXCHA...
Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Indies Pharma to launch IPO this week

Local pharmaceutical distributors Indies Pharma Jamaica Ltd will this week publicly offer a part of its company on the Jamaica Stock Exchange with plans to expand its footprint into the Caribbean market with the funds raised.

Patients squeezed in drug war...
Sunday, 9 January 2011

His argument is supported by local pharmaceutical company Indies Pharma, and its president, Dr Guna Muppuri, who says, "Amlodipine protects patients from the devastating compli-cations of severe congestive heart failure, stroke, renal failure, and other vascular complications due to hypertension."

Indies Pharma gives $18m to Haiti relief...
Monday, 22 February 2010

THE WESTERN Jamaica-based pharmaceutical company, Indies Pharma, has donated prescription and non-prescription drugs to the Haitian-relief programme valued at $18 million (US$207,500).

The Jamaican-owned organisation has already handed over the medical supplies to the Ministry of Health, company chairman Dr Guna Muppuri told The Gleaner.

Indies Pharma makes history...
Monday, 22 June 2009

During the 11th Century International Quality ERA Convention in Geneva, Switzerland, Indies Pharma copped the award in the gold category in recognition of tech-nology, innovation and management - marking the first time a Jamaican pharmaceutical company has won such an award.

Local, international drug companies battle - Pfizer could lose millions to...
Sunday, 10 May 2009

There are too many people with severe hypertension ending up with heart attacks and strokes and if we can give this drug to the public at under $50 and under $100 a month supply on NHF, then it is really a great boon to our people and will save the country and its people from spending over $15 million dollars a month," argued Dr Muppuri

PILL UNDER PRESSURE - Local companies blocked from selling cheap, life-saving drug...
Sunday, 29 March 2009

JAMAICAN pharmaceutical company, Indies Pharma, is gearing up for a court battle with international drug-manufacturing giant, Pfizer-USA, over local distribution of hypertension medication used by thousands of Jamaicans living with the debilitating illness.

Breath of fresh air...
Monday, 16 February 2009

Among the hospitals to receive the aid are Cornwall Regional Hospital in Montego Bay, as well as Falmouth, Savanna-la-Mar and St Ann's Bay. The donation was courtesy of Indies Pharma.

Asthmatics to get relief from Indies Pharma...
Monday, 30 June 2008

In keeping with its motto 'Caring for the Nation's Health', the company's president and chief executive officer, Dr Guna Muppuri, told The Gleaner that the initiative, valued at J$3.6 million, was about alleviating the pain and distress of the many Jamaicans suffering from bronchial asthma.

Good Physician Award...
April 2008

Patients across the island were invited to nominate a doctor they felt satisfied the criteria of a good physician which included compassion, ability to communicate well, sound medical skill and involvement in community outreach.

Indies Pharma expands to US - Deepens distribution channels in Caribbean...
Friday, 25 January 2008

Indies Pharma Jamaica, a Montego Bay pharmaceutical marketing company, is expanding its distribution channels deeper into the Caribbean and has established a subsidiary in the United States, having spent the last three years building out its Jamaican market.

Indies Pharma unveils range of low-cost drugs...
Sunday, 30 July 2006

Chief executive officer of Indies Pharma, Dr. Guna Sekhar Muppuri, announced on Thursday at a press conference at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay, that his company had already started to supply the over 27 highly-competitively-priced medications to pharmacies islandwide.