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    #1

    fill/prepare/dispense prescriptions

    Hi there.

    Are the following sentences Okay? Any better suggestions?

    I need the person,whoever fills the prescriptions, their name to be written on the label of the drug container.

    I need the person,whoever prepares the prescriptions, their name to be written on the label of the drug container.

    I need the person,whoever dispenses the prescriptions, their name to be written on the label of the drug container.

    Thanks,

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    Re: fill/prepare/dispense prescriptions

    I'd say:
    I need the name of the person that dispenses the prescription to be written on the label of the drug container.

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