Wegmans Food Markets' pharmacists are communicating with shoppers who don’t speak English through a service called Language Line Solutions. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. “Once it’s clear there is a language barrier, the pharmacist presents a simple card with several languages identified, and the patient/customer can point to his or her language. There is access to 200 languages,” explained Mary Ellen Burris, SVP ...

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