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Finding happiness through delivering clinical services in primary care

Finding happiness through delivering clinical services in primary care

Interface Pharmacist, Sarah Dekmak was interviewed by CandD jobs, about why she made a career change and chose to leave community pharmacy.

After four years working as a pharmacist at Boots, Sarah Dekmak changed career lanes for a role with more clinical work, she tells C+D.

Ms Dekmak has been working as a clinical pharmacist since early 2017, delivering medical reviews and services in GP surgeries in London for Interface Clinical Services.

“I actually decided to leave [Boots] and go to hospital,” she remembers. “I stayed for eight months. The only reason I decided to look for another job was because I didn't find there was much variation.”

“That was where I stumbled across Interface.” “We mainly focus on chronic conditions like osteoporosis, diabetes and asthma,” Ms Dekmak explains. “It's about making a difference to patients' treatment for the better.”

Ms Dekmak says she appreciates being in a patient-focused role that has a “direct impact” on their health and lives. 

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