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99150 Antiviral Stockholding Service (Cheshire & Merseyside Areas) Cheshire & Wirral LPC Ongoing

The Enhanced Service agreement has been implemented within four pharmacies across Cheshire and Merseyside for the stockholding and supply of antiviral medication. This is specifically (although not exclusively) to support the patient pathway for access to antiviral medication to protect patients exposed to flu or an influenza-like-illness in a care home setting.

Patients and Care Homes will be expected to contact their regular pharmacy in the first instance.

The SLA is in place to support patients out of normal trading days e.g during Bank Holidays or when their regular pharmacy may not be able to supply the medication in the time-frame required.

The SLA and is currently unavailable.

Cheshire & Wirral LPC

Other

Other

Antiviral stockholding


Ongoing

Not known.

This service is available in the Cheshire & Merseyside areas only.

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100511 Antiviral Stockholding Service Sefton LPC Decommissioned

A description of this service is currently not available.

Sefton LPC

Antiviral stockholding


Decommissioned

Not known.

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388247 Provision of Antiviral Medicines through NHS Community Pharmacy (Herefordshire and Worcestershire ) Herefordshire & Worcestershire LPC Ongoing

This service is aimed at the prompt supply of specialist medicines, the demand for which may be urgent and/or unpredictable according to circulating levels or detection of localised outbreaks of influenza. The Service Specification details the provision of antiviral medicines from initial outbreak in the out of season period but also describes how this fits with wider pandemic flu arrangements as defined by the Department of Health and Social Care.

The community pharmacy contractor will stock a locally agreed range of antiviral medicines and will ensure that users of this service can have prompt access to these at all times as far as is possible.

The pharmacist will provide pharmaceutical advice to clinicians, patient or carers and may also refer patients to support groups or other health and social care professionals where appropriate.

Herefordshire & Worcestershire LPC

Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)

Antiviral stockholding


Ongoing

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