Nick has had a long career in the NHS. A Pharmacy graduate of Kings College London in 1986, achieving an MSc in Pharmacy Practice in 1998 and awarded a Fellowship of the Faculty of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society in 2015 and became a Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society in 2016. He worked as a hospital pharmacist between 1986 and 1999 working in several London hospitals and Kingston & Richmond Health Authority before moving to a Primary Care Group in Wandsworth in 2001. He was a GP Prescribing Advisor for 9 GP Practices and subsequently became the Chief Pharmacist in Wandsworth PCT/CCG in 2005 which covers 40 GP Practices serving a population of over 408,000 patients.
He enjoys continuing to work locally with GPs and hospital colleagues and in his role as Chair of the national Pharmaceutical Advisers Group (PAG) that gives him the opportunity to work with primary care colleagues across the country including links to the Department of Health, NHS England and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society helping to shape the future of pharmacy and improve patient care.