We can supply medical appliances and offer information and clinical advice if you use any of the following appliances: certain catheter appliances, tracheostomy and laryngectomy appliances; anal irrigation systems; a vacuum pump or constrictor ring for erectile dysfunction, wound drainage pouches, incontinence appliances and stoma appliances. We can discretely delivery your appliance to your home at a convenient time to you.
Monitored dosage system
If you have trouble remembering to take your medicines, we can provide them in a monitored dosage tray to help you to take your medication at the right time. This is a free service and is also available to nursing and residential homes, for further details please come in store or contact us by phone.
Medicine Usage Review
MUR is a face-to-face consultation between a pharmacist and a patient to discuss their medicines, both prescribed and non-prescribed. The review is concordance-centred and aims to help increase patients’ knowledge and understanding of their medicines, including how and why they should be taken. It also provides an opportunity to highlight any concordance issues, side effects or other medicine-related problems from the patient’s perspective and propose solutions if appropriate.
New Medicine Service
The service provides support for people with long-term conditions newly prescribed a medicine to help improve medicines adherence.
Previously known as the “Minor Ailments Service” Advice on minor ailments is available from pharmacist to treat common illnesses such as a cough or cold instead of consulting your doctor and is funded through the NHS.
Emergency Hormonal Contraception
The emergency hormonal contraception (morning after pill) is available over the counter or through a local *NHS scheme subject to assessment by the pharmacist.
Blood pressure monitoring
Blood pressure monitoring is conducted for free and available as part of your MUR.
Advice for Residential and Nursing Homes
Our clinical team can provide medicines advice and support to residential and nursing homes. Please speak to the pharmacist manager for more information on this service.
If you have unwanted or out of date medicines at home you can bring them instore and we will dispose of them safely for you.