Offering a dedicated Nurse Service
One of Britannia’s core objectives is to improve the quality of life of people with Parkinson’s disease and provide support for their families and caregivers. We understand that providing medications isn’t always enough and often patients require assistance with other needs too, such as wellbeing support and assistance with medication administration.
Our nurse team, founded in 2008, forms the cornerstone of our offerings. Over the last decade, Britannia has built up a dedicated nursing team that works closely with healthcare professionals in the community to deliver world-class specialist care to patients with late-stage Parkinson’s disease.
Where are our nurses located?
All of our nurses are experts in disease management. Our team operates across the length and breadth of the UK and around the world. They support with running clinics, making patient visits and helping to educate healthcare providers, in delivering the support that patients need.
What is most satisfying about being a Britannia nurse?
Before starting my role at Britannia I worked within neurology as a specialist nurse for over 28 years, working with PD, MS and NMD. I enjoy being able to build close working relationships with the PD nurses and consultants, and working with a supportive group of nurses in the UK.
I have worked for Britannia Pharmaceuticals since 2012. Prior to that I was a chemotherapy nurse. I came into this role looking for a new challenge, and I certainly found it! It is great to be able to get information and education from all sides - not only from within our own business, but also from key opinion leaders and consultants who are able to pass on their knowledge to us and help us grow as a team. I'm a great believer that if you're not learning something new every day you aren't listening!