This service commenced on January 1st 2016.
Varenicline PGD Service for Stoke
To provide the service the pharmacy must have signed up to the SLA and the pharmacist MUST attend the training provided by Stoke on Trent City Council.
The pharmacies currently providing the service are:
Boots, 39 Trentham Road, Longton, ST3 4DF
Boots, 3-5 Upper Market Square, Hanley, ST1 1PZ
Boots, Unit 10 Alexandra Retail Park, Scotia Road, Tunstall, ST6 5BE
Boots, 25 Bennett Precinct, Longton, ST3 2HX
Boots, Bentilee Neighbourhood Centre, Dawlish Drive, Bentilee, ST2 0EU
Hartshill Pharmacy, Unit 1 Ashwell Rd, ST4 6AT
Lloyds Pharmacy, Derby Street, Hanley, ST1 3LE
Meir Hay Pharmacy, Unit 3 Amison Street, Meir Hay, Longton, ST3 1LD
Millers Chemist, 114 Blegrave Rd Longton, ST3 4LR
Milton Chemist, 15-19 Campbell Place, Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 1NH
Milton Pharmacy, 29 Millrise Road, Milton, ST2 7BN
Norfolk Street Pharmacy, 1-5 Norfolk Street, Shelton, ST1 4PB
Tesco Hanley, Clough Street, Hanley, ST1 4AA
Well Pharmacy, 27 Weston Rd, Meir, ST3 6AB
Recording Service Provisions
Consultations are recorded on PharmOutcomes and you will only have access to the module when your pharmacy is signed up to the SLA and the pharmacist is fully trained.
Where no live connection to PharmOutcomes is available you can use the Proforma but must add the information to PharmOutcomes as soon as possible and always within 48 hours of your consultation with the patient.
Supplies beyond 12 weeks
In some special circumstances the Public Health Commissioner may authorise a patient to continue on Varenicline for up to a further 12 weeks. The supplying pharmacy needs to email Rochelle Edwards on Rochelle.Edwards@stoke.gov.uk to request authorisation. If this is approved you must use the ProForma below and record supplies on the special week 13 to 24 PharmOutcomes module.
Letters available for printing
Slides from Training Event