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Saeed Moosa

Delivering on a promise

Focused on the South of England, Saeed works to ensure healthcare professionals can improve patient quality of life. 

Saeed Moosa

United Kingdom

Number of years at Lundbeck: 1.9




Local Access Lead

Describe your work at Lundbeck?

I am the Local Access Lead for the South. I only have one goal and that is to remove any barriers to accessing treatment for patients across the half of the country that I work. I liase with my colleagues to highlight Trusts where I can offer service support and guidance as well as help to implement new pathways so patients and HCPs are able to provide more options to their patients.

How did you choose your career?

This year I will complete my 33rd year in Industry, having worked for several large and a few small pharmaceutical companies. I came to the industry via Thursday's Telegraph paper in July 1989  applying for any jobs that required a science degree. Since then I have taken roles in Sales, Training, Marketing, IT and Management within the industry.

I only have one goal and that is to remove any barriers to accessing  treatment for patients. Saeed Moosa

What motivates you to come to work every day?

I was drawn to Lundbeck by the people above everything else and then the size of the company and the Neurology product pipeline. 


With my unique role, and the support of the team, I am able to make a difference not only to the outcomes for patients but also the Healthcare Professionals by supporting shifting treatment approaches and reducing the Administration burden of relevant Healthcare Professionals so they can focus on seeing more patients.

What makes you proud at work?

Delivering on promises to make access to treatment possible for as many patients that need it, no matter how big or small the challenge and the time it takes to deliver on the promise. When Healthcare Professionals discuss the impact of our treatments and the improvement in the quality of life of patients I get the biggest sense of a job well done. I enjoy helping others within and outside of the team be it mentoring or a phone call to thrash out a few ideas. I constantly feel valued  from being recognised for my experience and am called upon to advise.  

What motivates you? 

At work it's about knowing there are many patients who may benefit from our product that are struggling to access treatments or giving confidence to single handed Healthcare Professionals to be able to run a service. Using my learned skills to support anyone that needs it to help others. 

What drives you outside of work?

I act as a mentor for undergrauate and post graduate students at the University of Salford (Manchester), and for over 6 years I have been a Cub Scout leader. I am also an active member of a local charity group, the Tring Lions Club, which leaves me with just enough time to grow a few vegetables, ride around on a motorbike and most importantly be a football dad for my daughter! 

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