Really Useful Websites
The GPhC Web Links
Patient Instructions Translation Website
Online instructions to help you select which size of hosiery wil be required depending on the patients' measurements
Find alternative numbers if your inclusive minutes do not include 0870, 0845 numbers etc
This company has a large range of Ballot Boxes for use with the patient satisfaction survey
Learn how to do PAT testing - You don't need to be an electrician or to pay people vast sums. You can also get an inexpensive kit for confirmation of electrical safety, labels etc.
Translates into ANY language using native translators (don't know what the charges are). Send a word doc and they will quote for you. Specialises in medical and technical translations as well
Very extensive range of display and shelf items at reasonable prices
Mohair socks. Non-elastic tops means full circulation to your feet. Ideal for overweight diabetic men Natural fibres mean no sweaty smells.
Money Saving Ideas from Martin Lewis - Very Useful
Especially good for diabetics with larger feet. Fitting guide can be downloaded. If you have wide feet, you are probably wearing a couple of sizes too big for you
The National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC) Publishes the latest anti-Malarial travel information
Great value Lifts for home or to allow disabled access upstairs or to the basement of your pharmacy premises
Portable buildings for temporary use. Take a look at the variety of buildings available Temporary Premises