Speak to your pharmacist for advice on common ailments including coughs, colds, sore throats and stomach upsets. There is no need to make an appointment. Pharmacists can also help with medication that has previously been prescribed by your GP and other prescribers.
All pharmacies dispense prescriptions and most supply emergency contraception on the NHS. If you run out of your regular medicines and can’t obtain a prescription from your GP, your pharmacist may dispense an urgent repeat supply.
The Minor Ailment Service is available from all community pharmacies in the area.
Once registered, you can have a consultation with a pharmacist without an appointment. Your pharmacist will offer advice and may supply – free of charge - an appropriate medicine to treat your symptoms.
From 4 December 2017 anyone with impetigo and adult women with an uncomplicated urinary tract infection can attend a pharmacy for free treatment. Find out more here
To find your nearest pharmacy, enter your Postcode in the search box to the right.
For Sunday and evening pharmacy service information call NHS inform on 0800 22 44 88