Why use HubNet.io?

Our digital tools save pharmacist time so they can become more profitable using our:

HubNet.io is a digital back office platform for GPhC pharmacies and CQC clinics created by Voyager Medical. HubNet.io has been designed to help clinicians meet the stringent requirements of the GPhC, CPAF and CQC by giving them simple to use, digital tools decreasing their daily workload and enabling them to foucs on newly commissioned NHS pharmacy services. Have a look at our testimonials page to see what other healthcare professionals think.

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How does it work?

Our proprietary technology allows clinicians to seamlessly transition between different oganisations whilst retaining their accreditations.

150+ Electronically Signed Standard Operating Procedures

Using our "HubNet Gateway" you can rest assured all healthcare professionals working within your organisation meet NHS SOP requirements.

Untethered Patient Group Directions (PGDs)

Our unique, unthethered PGDs can be used in over 4,000 GPhC and CQC locations across the UK. All you need is a free hubnet.io account.

One Solution.

We have digitised all paper tools including CD registers, CPPQ surveys, RAFs, clinical logs, NHSBSA data, recalls, EPS nominations, HR contracts, SOPs, repeats and NHS complaints.

Bespoke

Pharmacy Websites

Responsive, cutting edge websites for bricks and mortar and distance selling pharmacies, viewable across all modern devices.

Our packages include:
  • Free (yourpharmacy.co.uk) domain
  • Free hosting
  • Free SSL certificate
  • Online doctor integration
  • EPS nomination
  • Repeat prescription system
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Want to know what others think of our service?

"a pharmacist who says his pharmacy makes £120k to £150k a year just from running a travel clinic."

By the Pharmacy Business Magazine (Podcast), 31st Janary 2018.

"...competent, knowledgeable, pragmatic, experienced, and insightful professionals"

By the Independent Pharmacist Magazine, 12th January 2018.

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