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.