All the headlines: Primary care recovery plan funding details revealed
Find out everything you need to know about how the government will split its £645 million investment into community pharmacy services – plus, the launch dates for Pharmacy First and a new contraception service.
Yesterday (November 16), NHS England (NHSE) and the Department of Health and Social Care (DH) finally announced the details of how it will divide up its £645 million investment in community pharmacy services over two years, first announced as part of the primary care recovery plan in May.
As part of a raft of new information about community pharmacy funding in England, the government also revealed the start dates for the much-anticipated national Pharmacy First service and the expanded pharmacy contraception service.
The main headlines include:
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