Greater Manchester Healthcare Academy

The Greater Manchester Healthcare Academy (GMHA) is a joint venture between Greater Manchester Local Pharmaceutical Committee (GM LPC); Bolton LPC; Community Pharmacy Greater Manchester Healthcare Limited (CHL) and the GM Health and Social Care Partnership (GMHSCP). Its aim is to create a pharmacy workforce which enables, embraces and contributes to the transformation of GM pharmacy services and healthcare more broadly. Further details can be found here:  Greater Manchester Healthcare Academy

Working with the Greater Manchester Healthcare Academy, and other partners such as CPPE, we can facilitate service-related training activities for commissioners as appropriate including

  • Content creation & delivery
  • Venue arrangements & catering
  • Event publicity and delegate management
  • Delegate feedback

CHL will partner with other organisations to enable community pharmacies to access additional private services and opportunities.

PharmaDoctor Partnership

CHL has agreed a partnership with PharmaDoctor. ​​Through the new partnership, community pharmacies in Greater Manchester will be able assess the potential of each clinical service using the PharmaDoctor Profit Calculator, activate their chosen service packages through the CHL portal on the PharmaDoctor website, then access a range of resources from PharmaDoctor to deliver clinical services including the PharmaDoctor eTool and fully serviced marketing support. Further details can be found here: PharmaDoctor


On 24th June 2015, NHS England issued an information standard aimed at making health and social care information accessible. Pharmacy contractors must comply with the information standard no later than 31 July 2016. CPGM Healthcare (CHL) have compiled additional resources to support our healthcare providers. Further details can be found here: Accessible Information Standards

Programme 3: EMPOWER

CHL will lead and empower it’s primary care providers to maximise the delivery of high quality, patient centred services