Rowlands - Registering and getting paid

This article contains information on registering with Rowlands and how to get paid after you work your shift.

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Written by Stevie McIntyre
Updated over a week ago

Before you work your locum shift it is good practice to contact the pharmacy beforehand to introduce yourself, ask if they have any specific tasks that need to be completed and confirm that you are set up to work with them.

England

Before your shift

The following accreditations are also required:

  • Medicines Use Review

  • New Medicine Service

  • Smart Card

  • Safeguarding Level 2

  • Dementia Friends

  • Flu Jab (if applicable)

  • Summary Care Record

  • MediPAC / PilPouch training - Completed in the branch

We will email Rowland's to get you set up, and you will receive details in an email with instructions for completing MediPAC & PilPouch, these are completed in the branch during your shift. Once complete, sign the declaration they provide and email it with the certificates to resourceplanning@rowlandspharmacy.co.uk

From Monday 10th May, they will no longer be processing claims via the old style claim form, instead, they will have a brand new automated system ‘webexpenses’

CLICK HERE for a document to help you.

Scotland

Please complete/return the forms below to info@locatealocum.com

The following accreditations are also required:

  • Smoking Cessation

  • PCR – Pharmacy Care Records (falls in with Pharmacy first, so if you complete the details on the last point below)

  • Yellow Card

  • Pharmacy First Training - this can be completed here: https://learn.nes.nhs.scot/

Once you have completed Pharmacy First, please complete/return the Pharmacy First training declaration to resourceplanning@rowlandspharmacy.co.uk

After your shift

Get in contact

  • Locate a Locum does not pay you directly but we do all we can to ensure a smooth process for all our locums.

  • If you are having any issues at all please contact us using the chat button on the bottom right and a member of the team will be able to help.

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