Clinical pharmacists work as part of the general practice team to improve value and outcomes from medicines and consult with and treat patients directly. This includes providing extra help to manage long-term conditions, advice for those on multiple medicines and better access to health checks. The role is pivotal to improving the quality of care and ensuring patient safety.
Having clinical pharmacists in GP practices means that GPs can focus their skills where they are most needed, for example on diagnosing and treating patients with more complex conditions. This helps GPs to manage the demands on their time.
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- Rebecca Rees (f)
The community midwife provides care for pregnant ladies until after the birth of their baby together with GP’s and hospital doctors. This includes regular health checks during pregnancy and classes on what to expect during the birth of your baby and how to care for babies afterwards. They also provide care for babies until they are 10 days old.
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The Health Visitor helps with health matters relating to children from 10 days of age until they start attending primary school. They can also give advice on medical and social problems. You can call them on 01722 429300.