Pharmacy chain secures funding | Express and Star

From left to right: Sandip Jhooty, Partho Bose (HSBC), Manjit Jhooty and Zena Perry-Hartle (HSBC)

The funding will enable the sites to offer a digital platform for customers to request prescriptions online, enabling the implementation of a hub-and-spoke distribution system to automate prescription deliveries. The innovation will reduce the burden of manual processes on pharmacists, allowing staff to use their time efficiently and support the NHS in delivering vaccines and medicine services for minor ailments.

San Jhooty, COO of Jhoots Group, headquartered in Walsall, said: “In the face of the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic, primary and community services have come together to support the community and stand for each other. others. We want to maintain this relationship and continue to innovate to allow our employees to continue to use their skills on the front line. We are excited to take this step into the digital world, to ease the pressure on our teams and allow them to focus on delivering the highest quality of care to clients.

Partho Bose, Senior Director of Business Development at HSBC UK, added: “We are delighted to have been able to support the Jhoots Group in their growth strategy, so that they can automate their processes and continue their mission to offer healthcare. of high quality to communities across the country.

Colin Rodrigues, Partner at Hawkins Hatton Corporate Lawyers, said: “When we were asked to assist HSBC UK with this transaction, I knew there would be cooperation from all sides to achieve the objectives of the transaction. company and to allow the Jhoots group to continue to grow. »


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