Pharmacy services in Harlow under the microscope

Politics / Mon 24th Feb 2014 at 08:11am

ESSEX County Council is launching a public consultation on local pharmaceutical services. The consultation will run until 30 April.

Members of the public will be asked to complete a short questionnaire on the services provided by pharmacies, dispensing doctors and internet pharmacies in the Essex area. The results of the survey will help the County Council and the Essex Health and Wellbeing Board to understand how local people use the services, how they rate their experiences and what services they would like to see in the future. The questionnaire is completely confidential and does not require any personal identifying information.

The results of the survey will be used to help produce a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment for Essex determining what, if any, services will be required to meet local needs. The report will be available to the public from early 2015.

Councillor Ann Naylor, Essex County Council Cabinet Member for Public Health & Wellbeing, said: “We would really encourage members of the public to tell us about their experiences of pharmaceutical services. It will only take a few minutes to complete, so please take advantage of this opportunity to help shape the services of the future.”

The survey is live at www.essexinsight.org.uk/consultations.

Choose Pharmaceutical Services from the available surveys listed on the right hand side.

For more information or to request a paper copy/alternative format call 08457 430 430 or 01245 430 430 or email [email protected].

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