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Help us to improve pharmacies across Worcestershire

A graphic with a doctor and a woman wearing a yellow cardigan reviewing medicine. Published Thursday, 23rd December 2021

Do you live or work in Worcestershire and use the local pharmacy services?

If so, this is a reminder that we need your assistance to help us to improve these services. All you have to do is simply share your views by completing our short survey.  

To complete the survey, go to the Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment webpages.

The closing date is 31st December 2021, so please click the link before then.

Every local authority, including Worcestershire, has a Health and Wellbeing Board (HWBB), which brings together public health, NHS, local government and other partners.

The purpose of this board is to improve the wellbeing of residents by developing an understanding of the health needs of local communities. It also aims to reduce health inequalities; avoidable, unfair differences in the health between different groups of people.

Worcestershire County Council is conducting a survey, known as the Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment, to better understand local opinions of the pharmacy services currently available in the county.

Dr Kathryn Cobain, Director of Public Health in Worcestershire said: “I urge you to take part in this survey and help us to understand whether our pharmacy services in Worcestershire meet your needs. It’s important that we gather your views and experiences so that we can make sure that the county’s pharmacy provision meets the needs of local residents for the future. Thank you for helping us improve services.”

To find out more about the survey visit: JSNA Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment Worcestershire County Council

In the interests of infection prevention, we have not printed this questionnaire and encourage online completion.

However, if you do need a paper copy, please email your name and address to and we will post a paper version of the questionnaire out to you.