Whether you’re a clinician, pharmacist, doctor or nurse, we are here to help you help your patients, with a broad portfolio of medicines and a wide range of support services. This includes our Joint Working projects and details of our generics buying scheme Teva One for independent pharmacies and dispensing doctor practices, along with our Pharmacy Support Programme.
We’re committed to supporting independent pharmacists through our wide portfolio of medicines, competitive commercial offerings and support programmes.
We aim to deliver value, offering you a generics deal you can trust. That means you can dedicate more time to growing your business. Choosing to buy through the generics buying scheme not only gives you a competitive deal, it also saves you time. Teva can fulfil the majority of your generic medicine requirements and you can be confident of a fair price. That means you don't have to spend time shopping around using several suppliers and dealing with the extra administrative burden that brings.
Pharmacy Support is Teva’s programme of services that are intended to help you build income streams, build a better business and build a better future for pharmacy. It’s our way of showing our support and commitment to the industry as well as offering our scheme customers something extra.
Supporting national and regional pharmacy chains is another important part of what we do at Teva.
With the varying needs of different businesses, from large national chains to smaller pharmacy groups, we aim to provide you with the backing of bespoke offerings from our dedicated team of commerically-focussed Account Managers. Our highly skilled team will work with you to devise an approach that works in a way that is mutually beneficial.
With a comprehensive range of generic medicines, we can meet the majority of your generic dispensing needs, so you can use us as your main supplier. We'll also supply you with our generic medicines in our premium packaging, designed to help you build your brand with your own customers.
We understand the critical importance of hospital pharmacists, that's why we are keen to support you both in terms of ensuring the safe handling of our products, but also in terms of providing our Medical Information Service to respond to your questions and requirements.
We are able to provide extra clinical evidence where it is applicable, and to help you in making the decisions you need to make for the best outcome for your patients. We know you need a quick response, so our most frequently asked questions are available online for you to review.
We know that what you do has a direct impact on patients, often those with very chronic conditions with very complex treatment regimens, so we focus our efforts on making your role easier and safer, allowing you to focus on patient care.
TevaGuard is a transparent protective covering that is applied to our cytotoxic drug vials during the manufacturing process. This means if vials are accidentally dropped, TevaGuard maintains the integrity of the glass container, thereby minimising the spread of hazardous chemicals and broken glass.
The demands made on GPs today are greater than ever. Maintaining high standards of patient care while working within defined budgets is a fine balancing act.
At the front-line of patient care, and of decision making within the NHS, GPs are the face of healthcare to many patients. Our aim is to build a relationship with you based on a firm commitment to the needs of your practice and the health outcomes for your patients. To achieve this, we provide ongoing advice, information, support and training as part of a cooperative relationship.
We offer a range of branded generic medicines which are sold and marketed under our Spotlight umbrella which offer cost savings to the NHS. We work in conjunction with our mutual partners, such as nurses, clinics, specialists and pharmacists, to help meet the needs of your practice and your patients; and we develop and deliver local joint working projects with improved patient outcomes at their core.
We’re committed to supporting dispensing doctor practices through our broad range of medicines, our competitive commercial offerings and support programmes.
Choosing to buy through the Teva generics buying scheme for dispensing doctors not only gives you a competitive deal, it also saves you time. Teva can fulfil the majority of your generic medicine requirements and you can be confident of a competitive offering from us. That means you don't have to spend time shopping around using several suppliers, and dealing with the extra administrative burden that brings.
Dispensing Doctor Support is Teva’s programme of services that are intended to help you build income streams, build a better business and build a better future for your practice. It’s our way of showing our support and commitment to the industry as well as offering our scheme customers something extra.
We work to support nurses in their understanding of Teva’s medicines – specifically in respiratory and multiple sclerosis – and to share information with them to improve the healthcare of their patients.
Nurses perform a unique and crucial role within the NHS, and are often the ones with the most frequent contact with individual patients. Recognising this, Teva offers a range of services to help you deliver the highest levels of patient care while supporting your own professional development.
Teva is dedicated to supporting nurses in the areas where it matters most:
We work with secondary care specialists to offer a comprehensive range of treatment options that enable you to respond effectively to the individual requirements of each patient.
Our portfolio of specialty medicines means we can offer additional support to specialists working in fields such as oncology, neurology (multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease), pain care, respiratory medicine and urology.
We do this through product development, education, guidance and partnership working with secondary care specialists and other healthcare professionals. That might include access to clinical papers or through our team of Medical Scientific Liaison professionals.
We’re committed to working with the NHS to improve patient outcomes and offer value for money.
Our commitment and contribution to UK healthcare goes far beyond the development of medicines – and reflects our shared agenda with other stakeholders. The NHS is changing rapidly, and we are committed to engaging with both the Government and the NHS to facilitate this change, and work together.
We work in partnership with the NHS in areas of mutual interest and we have a number of interesting partnership projects and joint working initiatives with a number of different NHS organisations making a real difference to the health outcomes of patients throughout the UK.
By recognising aligned goals and objectives in areas of mutual interest, we can work jointly to improve patient outcomes and enhance patient experience. That might be through medicines optimisation, quality improvement, pathway redesign or improvement, innovation or identifying cost efficiencies.