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    • 2ND JUNE 2020
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    Volunteer initiatives from Brunel University and The Bike Shed help supply visors to our Pharmacy Teams

    Volunteer initiatives from Brunel University and The Bike Shed help supply visors to our Pharmacy Teams

    With the help of Brunel University and The Bike Shed Community Response Team, we have been able to supply visors to pharmacy teams across Hillingdon and Harrow. Brunel University ‘Made in Brunel’ is a student-led initiative that showcases Brunel’s design talent. They have set up a network of 25 3D-printers in people’s homes and workplaces

    • 5TH MAY 2020
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    Hammersmith & Fulham London Fire Brigade assisting with pharmacy deliveries

    Hammersmith & Fulham London Fire Brigade assisting with pharmacy deliveries

    The LPC has been working together with the H&F London Fire Brigade Service to help with Community Pharmacy Medicine deliveries for those patients who fall outside of the “shielded” medicines scheme recently announced by NHSE & I. This is a truly multi-professional collaboration where everyone has come together to help the vulnerable in need. The

    • 28TH APRIL 2020
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    Enfield medicine delivery service

    Enfield medicine delivery service

    Enfield Council have set up a Volunteer Medicines Delivery Service to help our Pharmacies manage the demand for medicines delivery. The Council have received many calls  from isolated patients about medicine deliveries. The Enfield  Volunteer Medicine Delivery Service, otherwise known as the “ Enfield Collection Services” is available to any Pharmacy requiring assistance and for

    • 24TH APRIL 2020
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    Keeping the pharmacy and staff safe during the pandemic

    Keeping the pharmacy and staff safe during the pandemic

    Please see the comprehensive information from the Metropolitan Police Service on keeping your pharmacy premises secure and staff members safe during the coronavirus pandemic: Security advice for pharmacies from the Met Police

    • 21ST APRIL 2020
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    Free parking for pharmacy teams working in Hammersmith & Fulham

    Free parking for pharmacy teams working in Hammersmith & Fulham

    The LPC has been in touch with Hammersmith & Fulham Council with a view to them relaxing their parking restrictions, so that pharmacy teams across the borough can avoid risking the use of public transport in order to get to work. You can now drive in where that’s possible, perhaps car sharing where appropriate and

    • 21ST APRIL 2020
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    Free parking for pharmacy teams working in Ealing

    Free parking for pharmacy teams working in Ealing

    The LPC has been in touch with Ealing Council with a view to them relaxing their parking restrictions, so that pharmacy teams across the borough can avoid risking the use of public transport in order to get to work. You can now drive in where that’s possible, perhaps car sharing where appropriate and then park

    • 21ST APRIL 2020
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    Free parking for pharmacy teams working in Hillingdon

    Free parking for pharmacy teams working in Hillingdon

    The LPC has been in touch with Hillingdon Council with a view to them relaxing their parking restrictions, so that pharmacy teams across the borough can avoid risking the use of public transport in order to get to work. You can now drive in where that’s possible, perhaps car sharing where appropriate and then park

    • 21ST APRIL 2020
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    Coronavirus National Testing Programme

    Coronavirus National Testing Programme

    The Coronavirus National Testing Programme has now expanded capacity to test other frontline workers. This applies to frontline workers in England and Northern Ireland only, and includes community pharmacy staff who are having to self-isolate, due to having coronavirus-like symptoms or because a member of their household has symptoms. Any employees who think they are

    • 14TH APRIL 2020
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    Pandemic Delivery Service

    Pandemic Delivery Service

    Middlesex pharmacies should have received this NHS letter describing the new Pandemic Delivery Service, giving the service specification and remuneration details. Since the service was launched with effect from Thursday, 9th April, contractors should note any potential claims under the Advanced Service from and including that date. It is important that you keep a record

    • 14TH APRIL 2020
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    CD Accountable Officer

    CD Accountable Officer

    All health care professionals have a statutory duty to report any incidents, errors or concerns, however minor, regarding the management of Controlled Drugs to their local CD Accountable officer. The CD Accountable officer for London is: William Rial Controlled Drugs Accountable Officer NHS England London Region 5th Floor, Skipton House 80 London Road London SE1