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Stanley Court Surgery Burscough Health CentreStanley Court, Lord StreetBurscoughLancashire, L40 4LATel: 01704 795195
MB ChB Liverpool 1997 MRCGP 2002
MB ChB 1994 DrCoG 2006 MRCGP 2009
MRCGP June 2013
MBChB June 2006
Bsc (Hons) AMB July 1999
Diploma in Advanced Primary Care Management
I'm Safiyah the clinical pharmacist for Stanley Court Surgery. I work directly alongside the GP's and many other health care professionals in our multidisciplinary team, this is to ensure that the medications prescribed for patients contribute to the best possible health outcomes. This relieves the pressure on GP’s time, allows them to focus their skills where they are most needed, for example on diagnosing and treating patients with more complex conditions. With clinical pharmacists being the expertise in medicines this demonstrate a wide variety of roles to ensure patient's care is better co-coordinated.
Some of my roles and responsibilities include-
Please feel free to book and appointment with myself by ringing reception and booking an appointment.