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A clinical pharmacist is an expert in medicines;  a pharmacist is trained for 5 years at university and also during work based placements. Some pharmacists complete further clinical training after qualifying and this may include training to prescribe medicines.

Our clinical pharmacists will work with individual patients to make sure the medicines they have been prescribed continue to be of benefit to each patient, taking in to account any changes in symptoms or clinical circumstances. This will be a medication review appointment, patients are encouraged to ask questions about medicines they are prescribed and also those they purchase when they meet with the clinical pharmacist.

As well as seeing patients to discuss their individual medicines the clinical pharmacist will form part of the multidisciplinary practice team providing advice to the doctors and nurses about the best medicines to prescribe for patients who have complex medication needs.

Mrs Caroline Needham (Clinical Practitioner and Nursing Team Lead)

Patient Appointment Availability 

Mrs Rosanna Ahmed - Clinical Pharmacist for PCN

Miss Nehal Khunti - Clinical Pharmacist

Community Midwives

Midwives provide ante-natal and post-natal clinics  - 0116 258-4834.

Community Nurses

The nurses provide nursing services to patients who are at home. Contact them on 0116 225 6790.

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

Contact the team on 0116 283-8304.

Attached Staff

Practice Therapists provide primary care mental health services and can be contacted by making an appointment to see your doctor.

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