A lot of the companies we have on Locate a Locum are able to provide standard mileage or full mileage. So what does this mean?

Standard mileage means receiving a mileage rate per mile after 'x' amount of miles and full mileage means receiving full travel compensation from home to the pharmacy.

If you require mileage include both the journey to and from the pharmacy (or one way if required) then it must be agreed before applying for the shift - Once a shift is booked this is final. To do this, you must use the rate negotiation feature or contact one of our booking coordinators to agree on this with them. You can do this by getting in touch via email at info@locatealocum.com.

Here is a list of pharmacies and the mileage rates that they are willing to offer:

AIM RX Ltd

Don't pay mileage

Avicenna

26ppm

Boots

Don't pay mileage

Cohens

28ppm

Cornwells

28ppm

Day Lewis

28ppm

Jhoots

25ppm


Knights Pharmacy

28ppm

Lindsay & Gilmour Pharmacy

28PPM

Lloyds

Don't pay mileage.

Judges Close Surgery

30ppm

Knights

28ppm

Paydens

28ppm

PCT

Don't pay mileage

Pillbox

28ppm

Rowlands

35p up to 130 (first 20 miles not included)

Station Pharmacy (P.E. Logan Ltd.)

Doesn't pay mileage

Superdrug

20ppm

Weldricks

Doesn't pay mileage

Well

28ppm - must send Locum expenses form to locums@well.co.uk within 6 weeks, please see the registering and getting paid help article for more information. You can view this here: https://help.locatealocum.com/en/articles/3274045-locuming-in-different-pharmacies-registering-getting-paid

Wilsons

28ppm after the first 40 mileage standard

The Hub Pharmacy

20ppm

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