In ancient societies, people used natural remedies like leaves, mud, and herbs to cure ailments — the predecessors to today’s pharmacists.
Modern pharmaceutical practices have their roots in apothecaries, and dye and chemical plants that created research labs in hopes of discovering medicinal uses for their products in the mid-19th century.
In addition to using their skills to help people feel better, pharmacists can also be very creative.
Did you know that mascara, sodas like Coca-Cola and Pepsi, margarine, incandescent light bulbs, and sunscreen were all invented and popularized by pharmacists?
Pharmacy team names can range from humorous to serious and professional.
We have the list of ready-to-use suggestions, plus a generator for more ideas.
If you’re interested in creating your own pharmacy team name instead of using one of ours, scroll past the list for some tips to help you brainstorm.
Pharmacy Team Names
The Script Squad
Long-Term Side Effects
Better Than a Placebo
a play on “Mad Men”
The Tablet Team
Refill in Process
a play on “Pharma Bro”
No Side Effects
The Side Effects
Take as Directed
Spelling It Out
The Medication Experts
The Cell Effects
The Trial Alliance
Pharmacists on Duty
The Successful Regimen
Mixing It Up
Antibiotics in Action
The Pill Rollers
The Pill Pack
The Med Movers
Pharmacy Team Name Generator
How to Create a Good Pharmacy Team Name
A good pharmacy team name can be as simple as a common pharmaceutical term or as obscure as a word that only seasoned professionals would know.
Create a great pharmacy team name with the following suggestions:
- Use your expertise. For pharmacists, assistants, and pharmacy students who are already familiar with pharmaceutical jargon, simply think of terms that you use on a daily basis. What words do you use the most when discussing your work? Which concepts of the field or daily tasks do you find most interesting?
- Think about prescription instructions and common prescriptions. Get inventive when considering common words and instructions like “take twice daily” or, as seen on our list, “No Refills.” For a more unique name, you can change the order or tweak words and phrases until they become your own creation.
- Search websites and textbooks. You don’t have to read through every word — just thumb through textbooks or skim over website pages to see if anything jumps out at you. It may be helpful to keep in mind whether you are looking for a single word or perhaps an interesting phrase.