Greenwich

Help improve local pharmacies by sharing your views

Published Thursday, 26 October 2017

Complete our short survey about your experiences with local pharmacies.

Residents are being asked to explain what they like about their pharmacy, when they prefer to visit it and how it could be made better to help shape the way services are delivered.

As well as offering over the counter medication and prescriptions, pharmacies also offer a lot of services. The survey aims to understand which services people are using and what they think about them.

It takes just five to 10 minutes to complete and the results will enable the Council and the local NHS ensure that residents have the right access to pharmacy services plus help decide when and where new pharmacies can open.

Complete the survey

Residents can choose between sharing their views online or completing a paper form before the survey closes on 10 November.

Fill in the survey online

All answers will be kept anonymous and will not be shared with any third parties.

Complete a paper version of the form

Outreach workers will be handing out paper forms on the following dates, times and locations:

  • Eltham Library: Monday 30 October, 10am to 2pm
  • The Woolwich Centre Library: Tuesday 31 October, 10am to 2pm
  • Thamesmere Library: Wednesday 1 November, 10am to 2pm
  • Greenwich Centre Library: Thursday 2 November, 10am to 2pm.

Alternatively paper copies are available by emailing radhika@healthydialogues.co.uk.

'Your views count'

Councillor David Gardner, Cabinet Member for Health and Adult Social Care, said: "If you use Royal Greenwich pharmacies we want to hear what you think about them, whether you live, work or study in the borough.

"Your views count and will help shape the way services are being delivered, so if you've got an opinion make sure you share it before the consultation closes on 10 November."