CPNI represents community pharmacy contractors in negotiations on services, the pharmacy contract and remuneration and reimbursement with the Health and Social Care Board (HSCB) and the Department of Health.
The Local Pharmaceutical Committee was formed in 1948, following the establishment of the National Health Service.
Its role was to act as a negotiating committee to represent the interests of contractors with the Government in Northern Ireland…..view our timeline
CPNI’s vision is through effective negotiation and service development to deliver a stronger community pharmacy network, fully integrated into the health and social care system.
Community pharmacists will assume a more proactive role as a front line provider, utilising their skills, experience and facilities to maximise health and well-being outcomes for the people of Northern Ireland.…..read more
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