The CCA’s local representatives in England, Scotland and Wales help shape the way health services are provided to their communities. They are integral to their local healthcare economy and are a vital part of turning the CCA’s vision into reality.
The first priority for our representatives is to represent all ‘contractors’, regardless of whether they are an independent pharmacy or branch of a CCA member.
An LPC is a statutory committee that represents the interests of all pharmacy contractors within an area. A contractor is, in summary, a community pharmacy company that has signed a contract with the NHS to deliver services.
LPC representatives are sent log-in details for Pharmacy Hub when they first take up the role. If you need help logging in, please email [email protected]
Our representatives in Scotland and Wales each have different ways of operating: to find out more please contact Caroline Wells, or Louise Allen, our Policy and Programmes Managers in Scotland and Wales.
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There’s still a lot of uncertainty for us, mainly because the community pharmacy contractual framework negotiations are still to begin, but it’s clear that community pharmacy has an important role to play in prevention and urgent care.