Registration process for Wholesalers, Hospitals & Pharmacies
The first step for registration is to create an account for your Requestor role.
The Requestor should register the End User Location, an End User Location Contact and a Software Supplier. As the Requestor you will be able to save progress and return later if required or register more End User Locations.
You will need to register a person as an End User Location Contact for your Location, however in the UK, it is the End User Location which will be the recognised ‘End User’ of the UKMVS. This means you do NOT need to register every person as a User within your Location.
We recommend that if you have up to five End User Locations to register that you complete a Single registration for each, as this may be easier and as fast as downloading and uploading a multi-user registration form.
If your End User Location performs more than one function, for example a Pharmacy and a Wholesaler, you will need to register each function separately as individual End User Locations.
Before you start, you will need to have the following information available:
- Name of Legal Entity and Address for the End User Location
- End User Location Function(s)
- Registration Body for the Location and Registration ID
- Name, Email and Business Phone for the End User Location Contact
- Your Software Supplier Name, Software Name and Version
If you do not have all the information at this time, you will be able to save progress and come back later to complete the registration. Registration cannot be completed before all the required information is provided.
If you have not yet chosen a Software Supplier, you can select one from this page: Software Supplier List, and arrange to contract directly with them. This is not a definitive list of Software Suppliers, others may be available.
SecurMed UK are not affiliated with any Software Suppliers and do not recommend any particular company. It is your responsibility to select and contract with the Software Supplier most suited to your needs.
If you are registering on behalf of an End User Location, you will also need to ensure that you are warranted to accept the End User Licence Agreement (EULA) by a suitable authority within the entity you are registering. A copy of the EULA is available to download from this link, so that you can forward to the person on whose behalf you are accepting for the End User Location. Note: Failure to gain suitable warranty may mean that you are personally liable for any breaches of the EULA by the entity going forward.