AM and MP Visits

Following his visit to Pill Pharmacy in Newport, where he experienced first hand a robot dispenser, Shadow Skills Minister Mohammad Asghar was impressed at the way community pharmacy is embracing new technology and upskilling the workforce.

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On 3rd March South Wales Central AM David Melding visited Mayberry Pharmacy in Penarth to discuss the importance of using your local pharmacist and see the increasing range of services being offered there.

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Neil McEvoy AM visited Lloyds Pharmacy in Fairwater, Cardiff on 13th February to discuss the importance of using your local pharmacist and to see for himself the increasing range of services being offered. He also saw how the range of local services has been expanded in recent years to include stopping smoking, blood pressure checks, and medicines advice.

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Pontypridd Assembly Member Mick Antoniw recently visited Sheppards Pharmacy in Rhydfelen to experience the Choose Pharmacy IT programme roll-out. 

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On 3rd March South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies visited Sylvia Williams Pharmacy in Cowbridge to discuss the importance of using your local pharmacist and see the increasing range of services being offered there.

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On Friday 3rd February Julie James AM visited a Well pharmacy in her constituency of Swansea West to discuss current changes to the way community pharmacies are supported in Wales.

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 North Wales UKIP AM Michelle Brown and spokesperson for communities recently visited Rowlands Pharmacy in Holywell, to see how the face of community pharmacy is changing and the benefits that the new Choose Pharmacy IT platform will bring.

 

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Following her recent visit to Hope Pharmacy in Mountain Ash on 13 February, local AM Vikki Howells was impressed at the way community pharmacy is embracing new opportunities and encouraged her constituents to make fuller use of these facilities.

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On 20 January Clwyd West AM Darren Millar visited the Boots Pharmacy in North Wales Business Park, Abergele to discuss the importance of using your local pharmacist and see the increasing range of services being offered there.
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On Friday 6th January Mark Drakeford AM visited the Rees & Moore Pharmacy in Canton in his constituency of Cardiff West to discuss current changes to the way community pharmacies are supported in Wales.

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 Jane Hutt AM visited Evans Pharmacy in Barry on 16th January to promote the work done by community pharmacies across Wales. As part of her visit Jane received her winter flu vaccination, and is encouraging people to get theirs.

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On 20 January Ken Skates AM visited the recently refurbished Vittoria Pharmacy in Rhostyllen, Wrexham to discuss the importance of using your local pharmacist and the vital role they play in keeping health on the High Street in Wales.                                        

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Following his visit to Evans Pharmacy in Llanelli on 2 December, local AM Lee Waters was impressed at the way community pharmacy is embracing new opportunities being offered by the Welsh Government and also investing in new technology.  Read more ...

 
 Leanne Wood, Assembly Member for the Rhondda, dropped in to visit her Assembly predecessor Geraint Davies at his community pharmacy in Treherbert on Friday 27th January.

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 On Thursday 15 December Steffan Lewis AM, Plaid Cymru representative for South Wales East, visited Mayberry Pharmacy in Blackwood.
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 On Thursday 15 December Suzy Davies AM, Conservative spokesperson on social services, visited the Lloyds Pharmacy in Sway Rd, Morriston to hear more about the changing face of pharmacy. 
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Assembly Member Paul Davies went behind the scenes at Parry Pharmacy in Crymych, Pembrokeshire to find out how a modern pharmacy works. On 2nd December he was welcomed behind the counter by local pharmacist and chair of Community Pharmacy Wales Phil Parry. Read more ...

 
 Following his visit to Lloyds Pharmacy in Aberavon on 2 December, local AM David Rees was impressed at the way community pharmacy is embracing new opportunities being offered by the Welsh Government.

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On 2 December Adam Price AM visited Boots Pharmacy in Ammanford to discuss the importance of using your local pharmacist and to see for himself the increasing range of services being offered there.
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 On a visit to Ty’r Felin Pharmacy in Gorseinon, Gower MP Byron Davies saw first hand how the face of community pharmacy is changing and the benefits that the new Choose Pharmacy IT platform will bring.
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Rebecca Evans, Assembly Member for Gower, has welcomed investment which puts health on the high street and will ease pressure on GPs and hospitals. Read more ...

 

Wrexham’s Assembly Member, Lesley Griffiths recently visited Boots Pharmacy on Eagles Meadow to meet with pharmacists and discover more about the new opportunities for the sector.

 

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 AN AM has welcomed moves to put health on the high street and ease pressure on GPs and hospitals.

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On a visit to Insync Pharmacy in Thornhill on 25 November, Cardiff North MP Craig Williams saw first hand how the face of community pharmacy is changing and the benefits that the new Choose Pharmacy IT platform will bring. 
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Following her visit to Medical Hall Pharmacy in St Clears, Regional AM Eluned Morgan was impressed at the way Evans Pharmacy, which has a major foot print in Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, is embracing new opportunities.
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Following his visit to Sheppards Pharmacy in Llanharry on 25th November, Huw Irranca-Davies AM was impressed at the way community pharmacy is embracing new opportunities being offered by the Welsh Government.
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Following her visit to Evans Pharmacy in Llanelli, where she experienced first hand a robot dispenser, Shadow Health Minister Angela Burns was impressed at the way Evans Pharmacy, which has a major foot print in Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, is embracing new technology:

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On 11 November Carl Sargeant AM visited the Hawarden Pharmacy to discuss the importance of using your local pharmacist and the vital role they play in keeping health on the High Street in Wales.

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 Her visit on 25 November to Lloyds Pharmacy in Aberavon, the fifth busiest in the UK, stressed to local Assembly Member Bethan Jenkins the changing face of pharmacy and the increasing range of services being offered there. 

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Mid and West AM Simon Thomas, the Chair of the Finance Committee in the National Assembly, took the opportunity to visit the pharmacy at Tesco in Carmarthen to see for himself the increasing range of services being offered there. 

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On November 21st Mike Hedges AM met with Sam Fisher of Lloyds Pharmacy, and Russell Goodway, Chief Executive of Community Pharmacy Wales, to see behind the scenes at Lloyds Pharmacy in Morriston.

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Ann Jones, AM for the Vale of Clwyd visited Camella Healthcare Ltd's Vale Road Pharmacy in Rhyl on 30th September 2016 to find out how pharmacy is changing. Read more ...

 
 On 11 November Janet Finch-Saunders AM visited the Boots Pharmacy in Penrhyn Bay to discuss the importance of using your local pharmacist and see the increasing range of services being offered there. 

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 On 11 November Llyr Gruffydd AM visited Rowlands Pharmacy in Llangollen to discuss the importance of using your local pharmacist and see the increasing range of services being offered to the public such as smoking cessation and flu jabs.

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Newly elected Assembly Member Jeremy Miles, who sits on the Economic Development Committee of the National Assembly, was keen to visit Glynneath Pharmacy.
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Newly elected Assembly Member Hefin David, who sits on the Economic Development Committee of the National Assembly, was keen to visit a Boots pharmacy in Bargoed. 
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Newly elected Assembly Member Rhianon Passmore was keen to visit the Vita Rogers pharmacy in Cefnforest, Blackwood, to find out more about the way a modern pharmacy works. 
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Plaid Cymru’s Health spokesperson Rhun ap Iorwerth visited the Rowlands Pharmacy in Llanfair PG on September 9th 2016. Read more ...

 
Newly elected Assembly Member Sian Gwenllian, who has been Plaid Cymru’s small business champion, went behind the scenes at Boots pharmacy in Caernarfon. Read more ...

 
 Newly elected Assembly Member Nathan Gill, who is also a Member of the European Parliament, went behind the scenes at Rowlands Pharmacy in Beaumaris on September 9th 2016.
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Assembly Member Russell George, who was recently elected as Chair of the Economic Development Committee of the National Assembly, went behind the scenes at Dudley Taylor pharmacy in Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire. Read more ...

 
 Newly elected Assembly Member Hannah Blythyn, who sits on the Economic Development Committee of the National Assembly, was keen to visit a Boots pharmacy in Mold. Read more ...

 
wly elected Assembly Member Jayne Bryant, who recently joined the Health and Social Services Committee of the National Assembly, went behind the scenes at Pill Pharmacy in Newport.  Read more ...

 
On 11 November Mark Isherwood AM visited the Boots Pharmacy in Llanrwst to discuss the importance of using your local pharmacist and see the increasing range of services being offered there. 

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 Over 100 people vaccinated by pharmacists at the National Assembly
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 Representatives of Community Pharmacy Wales (CPW) were at the Senedd CafĂ© on Wednesday 21st September for an informal drop-in session for Assembly Members and their staff to learn more about community pharmacy.

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 Newly elected Assembly Member Dawn Bowden made visiting her local pharmacy a top priority to help her find out more about how health services work in Wales.
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 It was a great pleasure for Lloyds Pharmacy in Morriston to welcome Dr Dai Lloyd AM, the newly elected chair of the National Assembly, who met wit,  from Lloyds and Russell Goodway from Community Pharmacy Wales Read more ...

 
 Newly elected Assembly Member Julie Morgan, who recently joined the Health and Social Services Committee of the National Assembly, went behind the scenes at Insync Pharmacy in Thornhill, Cardiff to find out how a modern pharmacy works.
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On Friday 4th November Nick Ramsay AM, the Conservative Assembly Member for Monmouth, visited the Lloyds Pharmacy in Llanyrafon, Cwmbran to find out more about the changing face of pharmacy.

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Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat member for Brecon & Radnorshire, visited Well pharmacy in Brecon on 20th October to promote the work done by community pharmacies in Brecon & Radnorshire and across Wales.

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On October 31st Jenny Rathbone AM met with Hayley Jones of the Cyncoed Pharmacy, and Russell Goodway, Chief Executive of Community Pharmacy Wales.

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Mark Drakeford, Minister for Health and Social Care, visited Walter Lloyd pharmacy in Carmarthen town centre on 2nd May 2013 to launch the national community pharmacy public health campaign: LOWER YOUR RISK OF STROKE.
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Health Minister Lesley Griffiths AM visits Lloyds Pharmacy in Cardiff to lend support to the Public Health Campaign to promote Deaf Awareness Week across Wales. The main purpose of the campaign is to promote a phone line based hearing check. There are postcards promoting the phone number for pharmacy staff to give to patients, put into dispensing bags and display on the counter.
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 Mark Drakeford AM, Chair of the WAG Health & Social Care Committee, visited Co-Op pharmacy in Cardiff to launch the Committee's report into the contribution of community pharmacy to health services in Wales. Read more ...

 
Welsh Government Health Minister Lesley Griffiths AM has visited the Co-operative Pharmacy in Clifton Street, Roath, Cardiff to learn more about the roll out of the new Discharge Medicines Service and the Inhaler Re-cycling Scheme.  Branch Manager Faz Ahmed explained how the two services were generating considerable saving for the NHS in Wales and how community pharmacy could contribute so much more if only Health Boards would engage more with CPW.
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Jeff Cuthbert AM visited Lloyds pharmacy in his Caerphilly constituency during June 2011. Jeff was supporting the National Diabetes Public Health Campaign, which provided patients with a paper-based, confidential consultation and assessment of their risk score for Type 2 Diabetes.
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Ann Jones AM for the Vale of Clwyd visited Rowlands pharmacy in Rhyl during June 2011 to lend her support to the National Diabetes Public Health Campaign, run throug community pharmacy,  which provided patients with a paper-based, confidential consultation and assessment of their risk score for Type 2 Diabetes.
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Mick Antoniw, AM for Pontypridd, visited Co-Op pharmacy in Beddau to lend support to the National Diabetes Public Health Campaign and to discuss a number of other issues.
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Rebecca Evans AM visited Boots, Llandrindod Wells on Friday 1st July 2011, to lend support to the National Diabetes Public Health Campaign and to discuss the range of services that could be provided through the Wales Community Pharmacy network.
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Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams visited a pharmacy in her Brecon & Radnor constituency to lend support to the National Diabetes Campaign which ran in community pharmacies throughout Wales for two weeks from 13 June.
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Conservative AM for the North Wales Region, Mark Isherwood, Shadow Minister for Social Justice and Housing, visited Vittoria Healthcare store in Hawarden, Deeside to support the first Wales Wide Public Health Campaign through community pharmacies.  
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Welsh Conservative Leader, Nick Bourne visited Lloyds Pharmacy in Fairwater, Cardiff on Friday 8th April as part of his party’s campaign in the Cardiff West constituency. Read more ...

 
Welsh Health Minister Edwina Hart visited the Nigel Williams Pharmacy in Lower Tumble, Llanelli on Tuesday 12th April as part of the Welsh Labour Party’s Assembly election campaign. During the visit the Minister gave a series of media interviews in which she highlighted the potential of community pharmacy based services and expressed support to explore how best the community pharmacy network could be utilised to the benefit of people across Wales.
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Ann Jones AM visited Parry's Corner Pharmacy in Rhyl owned by Tim and Susan Williams to see the expansion of the pharmacy which included a new Consultation room. Read more ...

 
Rowlands Pharmacy on Rhosddu Road, Wrexham had a successful visit from Lesley Griffiths AM. Manager and Pharmacist Joanne Kembor highlighted the importance of pharmacists on the way forward for primary and community care. She emphasized the strong support pharmacies will need from the Health Boards and their recognition that Pharmacy is one of the 'front players' in the evolution of the 'new' NHS in Wales Read more ...

 
AM Paul Davies was given an opportunity to see how community pharmacists are helping deliver modern healthcare when he visited Crymych pharmacy in Pembrokeshire. Read more ...

 
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