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Clinical pharmacist hours delivered in primary care


Primary Care Networks

(PCNs) Utilising our services


GP Practices benefited from PCN or Direct Service 


Medication & Structured Medication Reviews Completed

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Key Benefits of Choosing TMMT

  • Dedicated Pharmacist attached to your Practice
  • No upfront costs to the practice - Recruitment, advertising etc
  • Costs include indemnity cover
  • No practice liability for employee costs - National Insurance, PAYE, etc
  • 52 week service with cover for annual leave (Non-PCN)

Our Pharmacists


Have access to senior clinical support which creates less burden on the GPs


Are continuously trained and mentored by senior pharmacists and general practitioners


Take part in monthly clinical training sessions conducted by senior pharmacists and General Practitioners

Pharmacy Hub

Are supported and trained through our peer-to-peer support using our remote pharmacy hub support

Female Pharmacist providing information to an elderly customer

Providing Services Nationwide

Our pharmacists can help reduce medicines related workload by dealing with acute or repeat medication requests,
clinic letters or disch
arge medications reconciliation, telephone medication review, QOF and chronic disease reviews.

GP Practices 

Pharmacy Technicians are currently the most underutilised professionals in primary care. Our technician are skilled in reducing clinical admin workload for GP surgeries by carrying out medicines’ reconciliation, dealing with MHRA alerts, repeat dispensing projects or tailored audit work.

Pharm Tech Service

TMMT can support PCNs by providing a clinical pharmacist and/or pharmacy technician that meet the requirements set out in
Network Contract Directed Enhanced Service (DES). Our trained pharmacists can be utilised to achieve key PCN targets e.g.,
Structured medication reviews (SMRs), Impact Investment Funds (IIF), QOF as well as reducing medication related workload for the GP surgeries within the PCN.

Primary Care Network Services

With PCNs now being required to provide extended access appointments, our pharmacists can be used to create appointments for PCNs or GP federations.
Appointments can have a variety of uses dependant and tailored to the need of the PCN.

Extended Access Services

Advanced Clinical Practitioners (ACPs)

Our ACPs are skilled to assess, diagnose, plan, implement & evaluate treatment/interventions & care for patients presenting with an undifferentiated diagnosis. Our triaging service can directly relieve pressures on GPs by helping reduce their daily workload and creating more appointments for patients.

Our Services
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