Sanjeev Panesar

Area 11

Sanjeev qualified in 2009 and has worked in both independent and multiple Community Pharmacies, becoming a Superintendent for a chain of 5 Pharmacies in 2011. He has modernised and future-proofed the Pharmacies to provide a greater range of clinical services and a high standard of care to patients in his communities.

In 2014 he was elected to sit on Birmingham and Solihull LPC, a position he still holds today, to represent the views of Independent Pharmacies across the area. He works alongside other committee members to help develop services and relationships with key stakeholders. He firmly believes that Community Pharmacies play a pivotal role in the health and wellbeing of patients within their community and are an integral but undervalued part of the NHS network. With his recent election onto the NPA Board in 2020, he hopes to work to affect positive change for the profession and demonstrate the value and skills that Community Pharmacies can offer in the wider NHS landscape.