Seema Kennedy MP becomes new Pharmacy Minister

Seema Kennedy MP becomes new Pharmacy Minister

April 8, 2019

Seema Kennedy, the MP for South Ribble in Lancashire, is the new minister with responsibility for pharmacy.

Ms Kennedy was appointed as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health yesterday (April 4th) by Prime Minister Theresa May, with her ministerial brief including primary care, the public health system, and prevention and early intervention. She will also be the Ministerial lead for Public Health England, the Food Standards Agency and NHS Resolution. Further information is available on the PSNC website.




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