Since April 2013 every Health and Wellbeing Board in England has a legal responsibility to publish and keep up to date a statement of the needs for pharmaceutical services of the population in its area, referred to as a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA). The PNA looks at the existing provision of community pharmacy services across Hampshire and whether this meets the current and future needs of the population. It can be used to make decisions in the commissioning of NHS-funded Pharmaceutical Services.
Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment
The statutory consultation process for the Hampshire Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment, which took place during Autumn/Winter 2017/18, has now been completed and the final report approved by the Health & Wellbeing Board.
Map of pharmacy provision in Hampshire
As part of the Hampshire Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment process, a map of pharmacy provision is available. The map will be updated as changes to pharmacies are reported to Public Health, Hampshire County Council.
To update the pharmacy information held on the interactive map, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Details of pharmacy services in Hampshire
For details of your local pharmacy, opening hours and services provided, visit NHS Choices.
Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment – Supplementary Statements
Since 5th December 2016, the Health and Wellbeing Board has a statutory duty to make a representation to NHSE on consolidation applications of community pharmacies in its area (i.e. where pharmacy businesses on two or more sites propose to consolidate to a single existing site). The Health and Wellbeing Board must respond within 45 days. NHS England collate all responses from interested parties and then makes the final decision on the consolidation application.
This briefing presents the consolidation applications Hampshire Health and Wellbeing board have responded to since the publication of the latest PNA.