A-levels: Biology, Chemistry, Maths
Independent Prescriber’s course
I worked in Boots Pharmacy as a dispenser for several years. I became a community pharmacist, then Pharmacist Store Manager, before my current role in a GP practice.
PCN Clinical Pharmacist & Teacher at De Montfort University
Markfield Medical Centre
Hi! My name is Simran. I am a Pharmacist. I love playing tennis and running, and like to keep active!
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I am a prescribing Pharmacist working in a GP surgery, doing medication reviews and dealing with any other medication-related questions. I also teach students at De Montfort University.
My Typical Day:
I wake up at 7am and drive to work. I start my day at 8.30am and work in the surgery doing medication reviews and other tasks. I have lunch with my colleagues, then carry on making telephone calls to my patients until 4.30pm.
I wake up around 7am and start work at 8.30am. When at work, I speak to lots of patients over the phone and see some in person. I review and help them to manage their medication, sometimes making changes. I also look at ways the GP practice can improve. I am able to work from home and mostly do paperwork when I do.