First joint annual review reflects on busy year

First joint annual review reflects on busy year

September 11, 2020

The three LPCs in Surrey and Sussex have published their first-ever joint annual review highlighting key activities and performance of the federation for the year ending 31st March 2020.

The report reflects on the year that saw TCAM support patients coming out hospital in East Sussex and parts of Surrey, PQS, a new three-year funding settlement in West Sussex and lots of public health and detection.

The report also highlights key activities undertaken when ‘Coronovirus changed everything’ in Q4 using an easy-read timeline.

Chief executive James Wood said it was with “pride” that Community Pharmacy Surrey and Sussex (and the three Local Pharmaceutical Committees it works on behalf of) looked back at its achievements.

The financial information, at the end of the report, show the federation’s financial strength and stability whilst also continuing high productivity.

Read our Annual Review 2019-20

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LPC Annual General Meetings will include a live Q&A with LPC chairs and committee members. All contractors are invited to attend to have their questions answered about the work of the LPC and Community Pharmacy Surrey and Sussex last year and share thoughts for the future:

By Zoom:

  • West Sussex LPC 15 Septembner at 7.30pm
  • Surrey LPC 17 September at 7.30pm
  • East Sussex LPC 22 September at 7.30pm

Find out more and register in advance here

L to R: Mark Donaghy, chair West Sussex LPC; Rupi Bhasin, chair Surrey LPC; Craig McEwan, chair East Sussex LPC

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