NHSBSA site visit information

Published on: 19th July 2013 | Updated on: 20th June 2022

Processing site details

The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA)  has three processing sites based in the North West (Middlebrook), North East (Newcastle) and Central (Wakefield).

NHSBSA open days

The NHSBSA hold open days for pharmacy staff to visit and find out more about the process for checking and pricing prescriptions. Anyone involved in sending in prescriptions for reimbursement and remuneration may find the NHSBSA open days useful.

NHSBSA provide a choice of a morning, afternoon or evening sessions, with limited spaces available per session (Newcastle open day limit is 12 people per session. Middlebrook and Wakefield open day limit 10 people per session).

To book your place, or if you have any queries contact:

Telephone: 01204 677901
Email: nhsbsa.nwadm@nhs.net

Telephone: 0191 203 5490 or 0191 203 5237
Email: nhsbsa.open-days@nhs.net

Telephone: 01924 334210
Email: nhsbsa.central.pharmacy-visits@nhs.net

Webinar sessions

The NHSBSA also hold webinar sessions for pharmacy teams on a range of topics to keep you informed and answer any questions you may have. Webinar sessions usually last around 30 minutes.

NHSBSA provide guidance on:

  • why prescriptions are switched between exempt and chargeable
  • how and when to endorse prescriptions
  • how to prepare, sort and submit your account and submission document
  • how to complete and submit your FP10MDA forms
  • how to submit your quarterly NMS & MUR data
  • reconciling your Schedule of Payments with the Prescription Item Report

If you would like to learn more and are interested in attending any of these webinars, contact nhsbsa.webinars@nhs.net who will contact you to arrange a suitable date and time.

Related resources

See NHSBSAs Hints and Tips, open days and webinars page for more information

NHSBSA news feed

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