East Sussex LPC Members


Name Organisation Email Representative Declration of interest
Ramiz Bahnam Pharma Supply Ltd ramizbahnam@ntlworld.com IND Ramiz Bahnam DOI
Craig McEwan Station Plaza Pharmacy craigmcewan@nhs.net IND Craig McEwan DOI
Stacie McLeod Day Lewis stacie.mcleod@daylewisplc.co.uk AIM Stacie McLeod DOI
Julia Powell Paydens julia.powell@paydens.com AIM Julia Powell DOI
Paul Antenen Kamsons paul.antenen@waremoss.co.uk AIM Paul Antenen DOI
Sandy Jack Tesco sandy.jack@tesco.com CCA Sandy Jack DOI
Alex Lloyd Superdrug alex.lloyd@uk.aswatson.com CCA Alex Lloyd DOI
Marieanne Hockley Lloyds marie.hockley@lloydspharmacy.co.uk CCA Marieanne Hockley DOI
Sarah Davis Boots sarah.y.davis@boots.co.uk CCA Sarah Davis DOI

East Sussex Committee Members:

Chair of East Sussex LPC: Craig McEwan, IND representative,

Contact: 01424 425051

Craig qualified as an MRPharmS in 1990 and then managed several stores for Boots The Chemists in Sussex and Kent before relocating to Somerset n 1999 and joining Moss Chemists fist as manager then as Area Manager and finally as Professional Development Manager. He returned to Sussex with his family in 2006 and worked as a community pharmacist for Boots UK in Bexhill on Sea. Currently he works in Hastings at the Pharmacy within the new walk in complex at Station Plaza. He has served on several Local Pharmaceutical Committees continuously for the last leven years in Kent, Somerset and now East Sussex. His interests include playing golf and tennis and drivin one of the two classic cars he owns.

Vice Chair of East Sussex LPC: Sarah Davis, CCA representative,

Contact: 07584 370268

 Sarah is a Company Chemists Association Rep working for Boots.  She is also vice chair of the committee and has been a member of East Sussex LPC for 9 years.  During her time with Boots, she has held various roles initially as a relief pharmacist and then as a pharmacist manager across a variety of stores in the South East.  In recent years, she has enjoyed supporting stores as a member of the field team through a focus on operations and clinical governance.  Sarah has supported the implementation of the new overarching body of Community Pharmacy Surrey & Sussex and is keen to ensure that through that, community pharmacy has a bigger voice to ensure representation across the many and varied stakeholder groups. 

Outside of work, Sarah is married with 2 young children and her interests include music, walking her dogs and helping at the local Scout group.

Treasurer of East Sussex LPC: Paul Antenen, AIM representative,

Contact: 07812 367270

Paul works for Kamsons pharmacy as operations manager based at their head office in Uckfield, prior to this he held various branch, field and head office roles at Lloyds pharmacy. He originally trained with Boots after graduating from Bath and held various management positions with them.

He was treasurer for the previous committee and is now also the lead treasurer for Community Pharmacy Surrey & Sussex.

Ramiz Bahnam, IND representative,

Contact; 01273 324500

I am an independent contractor in Brighton & Hove. I qualified as a pharmacist 20 years ago and became a contractor 14 years ago. I have been through constant changes in those years including new pharmacy contracts, which apparently may change again and the introduction and abolition of the ‘exemptions’ to the control to entry. My interests in pharmacy are using our customer focus as pharmacists to ensure the survival and prosperity of community pharmacy’

Stacie McLeod, AIM representative,

Contact: 07442 500039

I am currently employed by Day Lewis as a Regional Support Manager for Kent and Sussex and have held the position for the past three years looking after 19 pharmacies. I have 15 years experience in pharmacy where I started as a dispenser in an independent pharmacy. I went on to complete my NVQ3 and ACT and registered with the GPhC. I was promoted to pharmacy manager in 2005 where I was responsible for the profit and loss of the pharmacy and reported directly to the area manager. I held this position for ten years and within these years I helped 3 pharmacies to achieve their potential by helping the teams to work together with their communities and local GPs.

Since moving to Day Lewis I have gained experience in all aspects of business and pharmacy dealing on a day to day basis with compliance, recruitment, HR and helping the pharmacies to increase productivity through operational changes. Having had experience working with numerous pharmacies within the East Sussex area I have been able to help support them in actively promoting and carrying out the local services and feel that I can contribute in what is needed to further help our local community.

Julia Powell, AIM representative,

Contact: 07810 372038

Julia qualified as a pharmacist in 1993. She worked initially for Lloyds Pharmacy in a number of roles from Pharmacy Manager in Oxford moving up to Area Manager in East Sussex. On gaining a MBA she moved into the Professional Development Managers role for the South with Alliance Pharmacy. This involved the implementation and contract management of a number of private contracts as well as locally delivered services. When Alliance Pharmacy merged with Boots, she became the Regional Pharmacy Manager for the South East and then Area Manager in East Sussex. Julia now works for Paydens as a Professional Services Manager and is responsible for negotiating, tendering and delivering pharmacy services within the group.

Julia has been a member of Local Pharmaceutical Committees for over 12 years and represented pharmacy contractors on a number of other committees.

Sandy Jack, AIM representative,

Contact: 07841 887769

Having moved down to sunny Sussex from Scotland when he qualified in 1988, Sandy managed several stores for Savory & Moore Chemists before taking on Parris & Greening Chemists, Hove, as Manager. When they were taken over by Lloyds Chemists, Sandy was given the District Manager role and was then promoted to Area Manager. In 1995, he joined Tesco Stores as Regional Pharmacy Manager for the South East of England, a role which he continues to hold. He is passionate about raising the profile of community pharmacy teams within the NHS and the opportunity to help his team develop their leadership skills.
Sandy has previously served on the LPC and during that time helped shape the strategy, promote cross-functional working within the local health authorities and worked to improve the operating structure of the Committee. In thinking about the work of the LPC, Sandy says, ‘If the extensive healthcare reform envisaged in the recent DOH Healthy Lives documents progress, we are in for a time of big change as contractors. In such circumstances it is important that all contractors work together for the benefit of our patients and I am keen, as a CCA Representative to see us speak with one voice and maximise the chance of influencing change to deliver better outcomes for patients.’
Sandy is married with three teenage children and lives in Eastbourne.

Alex Lloyd, CCA representative,

Contact: 07452 808819

 

Having started my career as a pharmacist in an independent in Yorkshire, I moved south in 2004; first to Paydens and then Lloyds. I spent several years with Lloyds as a Cluster Manager and then as project manager working on a large NHS mental health contract. This wetted my interest in clinical pharmacy and led to me taking a position with a private hospital pharmacy supplier, working as a clinical pharmacist in mental health units and hospices. I moved back to community pharmacy in 2011, working for an independent group in Worthing.I then took up an incredibly varied role as a Commissioned Services Development Pharmacist with Rowlands Pharmacy that involved engaging with commissioners and commissioned service stakeholders, working on new service contracts and tenders, ensuring contractual compliance in Rowlands pharmacies and supporting pharmacies working towards Healthy Living Pharmacy status.

I now work for Superdrug as Senior Pharmacy Services Manager. I am accountable for the commercial and business management of private healthcare services delivered within Superdrug pharmacies and wellbeing clinics; identifying new opportunities, developing new service propositions and ensuring we offer a market leading and competitive portfolio of professional and customer focused services.

Throughout my career I’ve had extensive involvement in developing and implementing pharmacy services and point of care testing and have a real passion for innovation in community pharmacy.

Marie Hockley, CCA representative,

Contact:

 

 I have been working for Lloyds pharmacy since 2010, starting as a sales assistant I progressed quickly through development courses and was promoted to pharmacy manager in Ringmer East Sussex. During this time I qualified as pharmacy Tech/ACT and registered with the GPHC.  In April 2017 I moved into Area support roles as an area support coach and in December 2017 appointed  cluster manager for 9 stores in Eastbourne and Hastings. I am passionate about service provision in our communities, clinical excellence and people development. My interests include travelling, music and keeping active.