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Have Your Say on Diabetes Structured Education

Morecambe Bay CCG is currently reviewing the structured education programmes/ courses currently being used to support patients at risk of or with diabetes (both type 1 and 2). This review will be used to inform the commissioning of future programmes to ensure that structured education meets the needs of the Morecambe Bay population.  

As part of the review we want to gather the views of local people about their experiences of diabetes specific structured education and how they wish to receive information, support and education about diabetes.

To take part in the survey and have your say on diabetes specific structured education programmes click here https://bit.ly/2VQbkkS

The survey will close on 6/12/19.

 

 

Dispensers

Dispensers are all trained to a minimum NVQ level 2 in pharmacy services and they are responsible for processing all your repeat prescription requests. They are able to issue repeat items that have been approved by the Doctor but must ask the doctor if you ask for anything that is not on your repeat list.
Mr Chris Cleveland (m)

Chris is our dispensary manager and works full time at Kirkby Lonsdale. He joined the practice in September 2010 and has qualified as Pharmacy Technician after studying for a BTEC Diploma in Dispensing Services at Preston college. 

Mrs Danielle Riley (f)

Danni joined the team in April 2014

Mrs Sheila Lord
Sheila works at both Kirkby Lonsdale and Hornby. Some of her time is spent as a dispenser and some as a receptionist.
Ms Karen Ellison (f)
Karen works most mornings at Hornby and also some afternoons at Kirkby Lonsdale. She is a dispenser and receptionist
Miss Jade Schofield (f)

Jade joined the practice in October 2016 as a dispenser. She previously worked in community pharmacy where she obtained her NVQ level 2 in dispensing. 

 
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