Chief Officer – Tania Cork


Tania Cork

I have lived in North Staffordshire for most of my life. I studied at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and qualified as a pharmacist in 1994 after my pre-registration year at Boots.

As a pharmacist I have gained experience working for multiples, independent pharmacies, academia, GP practices and the PCT. I gained an independent seat on the LPC in 2006 whilst being the superintendent for Milton’s Chemists.

During my career as a pharmacist I have managed to complete a Diploma in Community pharmacy, a MSc in community pharmacy both at Keele University and recently a Post Grad Certificate in Medical Education at Cardiff University.

In November 2008 I was appointed Chief Officer of the LPC and I now spend four days a week in that role and 1.5 days as an academic pharmacist.