Welcome to the PSNC Services Database, which has been developed to provide accurate, relevant and up-to-date information to support the development of local pharmacy strategies and locally commissioned services.
The database is searchable using the search box to the left and more information about the database is available on the About the Database page.
To allow quicker and easier searching a Services Spreadsheet has been created which can be found below. This allows the user to search and filter for a service in more ways than the database. Once the service has been identified on the spreadsheet the database can then be used to view further service information or documents, for example, the service specification for the service (if available). The spreadsheet also includes information on the number of different services that have been commissioned along with the type of commissioner* for each service.
If are looking for information on a certain type of service and you have been unable to find it, it may be that it has not yet been added to the Services Database/Spreadsheet as these are continually being updated. If this is the case, please contact Rosie Taylor, Pharmacy & NHS Policy Officer at PSNC, to see if she has any additional information that she can share with you.
If you would like to tell us about a new service that is not included on the database, please complete the services database online form; the completed form will be reviewed by a member of the PSNC team before being added to the database.
PSNC has held information on local pharmacy services since 1992 and this services database is the third web-based iteration. A new database was required as the NHS systems architecture changed from April 2013 and new fields were required to accommodate these changes. The previous database, which held details of services from 2006 to 2013, is still available as the Services Database Archive and some of these services were transitioned over to new commissioners.
General information on each service is publicly available, but LPC members should log in to the LPC members section of the website prior to searching the database in order to access further information on each of the services. Non-LPC members who require more information on a service should contact their LPC.
* Please note, it has recently been announced that Area Teams will now be referred to as NHS England. However, since these services were commissioned by Area Teams we have continued to use this term in both the Services Database and Spreadsheet.