Governance & Compliance

Rowlands Pharmacy is owned and operated by L Rowland & Co (Retail) Ltd, whose UK group parent company is Phoenix Medical Supplies Ltd, part of the PHOENIX group.

As one of the leading pharmaceutical traders in Europe, the PHOENIX group makes a major contribution to pharmaceutical healthcare provision within the countries in which we operate. PHOENIX enjoys an excellent reputation within the pharmaceutical industry including all UK Governments and influential healthcare business partners.

These well established relationships are critical to our success and are the result of years of work by our teams.  Each and every PHOENIX group employee is committed to supporting all UK countries to deliver the very best in healthcare and this has been instrumental in developing positive relationships with industry stakeholders.

PHOENIX seeks to comply with all relevant laws, regulation and governance principles that are applicable within the European Union and within the individual country where PHOENIX operates. PHOENIX respects the principles of freedom of expression, the right to information, the independence of media, as well as the protection of privacy.

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

As one of the leading pharmaceutical wholesalers within Europe, the PHOENIX Group supports the principles of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration on Human Rights as part of its corporate activities. It is committed to ensuring that human trafficking and slavery do not exist in any area of our organisation, nor within any company of our business partners who form part of our supply chains. As part of this commitment, the PHOENIX Group has implemented its own General Procurement Supplier Code of Conduct, based on internationally recognised social, ethical and environmental criteria for the procurement of indirect and trading goods. We are also in the process of introducing a PHOENIX UK procurement policy.

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Previous Statements: 2021, 202020192018, 2022

Gender Pay Gap

UK legislation requires all UK companies with more than 250 or more employees on 5 April 2020 to publish specific gender pay gap information including mean and median pay gap, mean and median bonus gap, proportion of males and females receiving a bonus and proportion of males and females by quartile pay band.

This report presents data as at 5th April 2020.

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Single Use Carrier Bags

Scotland 21-22 Wales 21-22