London,
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November
2021
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13:12
Europe/Amsterdam

Have your say to boost City pharmacy services

City residents and workers are being asked to give their views on Square Mile pharmacies to help develop their services.

The City of London Corporation, which is running the survey, says everybody’s views are important to ensure City pharmacy services meet people’s needs.

Taking part in the survey, which can be found here, will help to improve future pharmacy services and how these are accessed.

Chair of the City of London Corporation’s Community and Children's Services Committee, Ruby Sayed, said:

“In order to improve our pharmacy services, we need to understand what the people who live and work in the Square Mile think of them.

“Please do take the time to fill in this survey so your voice is included in our future plans.”

Chair of the City of London Corporation’s Health and Wellbeing Board, Marianne Fredericks, said:

“We’re encouraging all City residents and workers to have their say.

“Tell us your opinions by filling in the survey online or by picking up a paper copy from your GP, pharmacy or library.”

Any information provided by the public will be confidential.

Paper copies of the questionnaires are also available from GP surgeries, pharmacies, and libraries across the Square Mile.

To request a paper copy please call the City Corporation’s Public Health team on 020 8356 7100 (Monday to Friday 9am-5pm).

The deadline for completion is midnight on Friday 17 December 2021.