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Pharmacists

Dr Tricia Robertson

I have the role of practice pharmacist at the Pinn Medical Centre. I have a keen interest in respiratory medicine. I undertake medication reviews, and also deal with lots of prescription requests and queries.

Mrs Miksha Patel

image3Qualifications: MPharm, IPP (Independent Pharmacist Prescriber)

I qualified from University of Nottingham in 2003 with a Masters in Pharmacy, and thereafter joined Boots the Chemist and practised as a community pharmacist.

After 14 years of community pharmacy, I wanted to develop further within my chosen profession and successfully qualified as an Independent Pharmacist Prescriber from The University of Hertfordshire in 2018.

Following which, I joined The Pinn Medical Centre in April 2018 as a Clinical Pharmacist. My expertise lies in management of patients with Minor Ailments (Upper Respiratory Infections and Urinary Tract Infections), Asthma and COPD.

Coupling my experience in community pharmacy with my newly acquired skills and qualification, I am in a fortunate position to provide an all rounded approach to my patient care and services.  

When not at work, I am a proud mum and enjoy travelling, reading and spending time with family and friends.


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