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The Surgery will close at 1pm on Thursday 19th October 2017 for Staff Training.

Minor Ailments Service

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Do you have a Minor Ailment? Your pharmacist can help you with the following:

      • Vaginal Thursh
      • Threadworms
      • Oral Thursh
      • Athlete's Foot
      • Headlice
      • Groin Itch
      • Cold Sores
      • Diarrhoea
      • Mouth Ulcers
      • Ear Wax

 

Why go to your pharmacist first?

  1. Pharmacists are trained to deal with minor ailments.
  2. You will receive quick, expert advice without the need to see your GP
  3. GP's will be able to spend more time focusing on those patients that really need their input.  

 

Can I go to any Pharmacy?

Most pharmacies are involved in the service and they will display a sign like the one displayed below:

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What will the pharmacist ask?

The pharmacist will ask about:

      • Your symptoms
      • Other medicines that you already take
      • Illnesses you may already have

This will help them make an appropriate recommendation for treatment.

 

Please click on the link below for the details of Pharmacies in the local area

 

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