Chief commercial officer Steve Gray and supply chain and business efficiency director Philip Streatfield have left Lloydspharmacy, just months after its managing director quit the business after less than a year in the role.

The departures come just a month after the health and pharmaceutical retailer restructured to create a new UK country board to oversee a shared operations strategy with its sister wholesale firm All About Health (AAH). The health and pharmaceutical retailer and AAH are both owned by German parent Celesio.

As a result of the restructure, Gray stepped into the role of chief commercial officer of Celesio. He was previously healthcare services director.

The departure of Philip Streatfield comes just 10 months after he joined the company. He was previously European supply chain and IT director at stationery wholesaler Spicers. 

It is unclear if both Gray and Streatfield left with jobs to go to.

A Lloydspharmacy spokeswoman said: “Lloydspharmacy can confirm that Steve Gray has decided to resign from the organisation to embark upon new challenges and opportunities.”

She added: “Clearly Steve’s departure leaves a gap in the country board and at Lloydspharmacy, but we expect to move swiftly to identify a suitable replacement.”

The retailer said Streatfield left the business to “pursue new challenges and opportunities”. His role will not be replaced.

The departures mark the latest changes at management level for the health and pharmaceutical retailer. Managing director Tony Page left the company in January after less than a year in the role. The company said last month that he would not be replaced after it created the new UK country board.

Through the restructure, former AAH group managing director Mark James became chief executive of the newly formed Celesio UK country board. AAH finance director Thorsten Beer was appointed chief financial officer.