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Hub and spoke: Where does pharmacy stand?

Samuel Horti analyses recent responses to government proposals to increase use of dispensing hubs

 

 

 

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7 Comments

Interested Person, Manager

What sort of volume are these current hubs dealing with?

A small company centralising its branch dispensing may be the same as a large volume single pharmacy.

 

London Locum, Locum pharmacist

Why are comments being censored ??

London Locum, Locum pharmacist

Sector stands where [email protected]@ts wants it to stand

London Locum, Locum pharmacist

The sector will stand wherever Boots et al want it to stand.

London Locum, Locum pharmacist

Pharmacy stands wherever Boots and friends would like it to. Money talks.

Harry Tolly, Pharmacist

On the precipice ?

Harry Tolly, Pharmacist

In answer to your question it would seem that the sector stands where those that scream the loudest get heard and noticed. Now, I wonder who that will be ?

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