Community Pharmacy West Midlands

Community Pharmacy West Midlands evolved from regular meetings of officers from the four Black Country LPCs. The footprint has expanded, preserving pre-existing contacts and developing relationships with new stakeholders following the NHS reorganisation.

Officers from West Midlands LPCs have been working collaboratively to harmonise provision across the area and improve pharmaceutical services for both pharmacy and the public we serve.

Go to About Us for the list of LPCs represented.

Each LPC remains autonomous.

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