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We are not a dispensing practice, but we do benefit from having a pharmacy next door to us. In addition to all the usual products, information and advice you would expect from a Pharmacy, they also offer:

Pharmacy First

Pharmacy First is a scheme where selected Minor ailments are managed in the Pharmacies within Nottingham City PCT. It’s aim is for patients with certain minor ailments to be able to use the pharmacy in the first instance, to save the patient having to make an appointment with a doctor.

The Pharmacy First scheme is aimed at patients who are exempt from prescription charges. Any medicines necessary for the treatment of selected ailments will be provided free of charge, by the Pharmacists.

At the time of uploading, pharmacists are able to provide treatment for the following indications.

  • Athletes Foot
     
  • Bacterial Conjunctivitis
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhoea
  • Earache
  • Fever
  • Haemorrhoids
  • Hay fever
  • Head Lice
  • Insect bites and stings
  • Sore Throat
  • Teething Pain
  • Temperature
  • Threadworm
  • Toothache
  • Vaginal Thrush
  • Warts and verrucae.

For further information, an up-to-date ailments list and eligibility for this service, please check the Pharmacy First leaflets available in our waiting area, or on the Pharmacy First page on the Nottingham City PCT's website.

Sexual Health Services

The following sexual health services are free to those of the relevant gender in the following age groups

 

Sexual Health Service Gender & Age-range
Emergency Hormonal Contraception (EHC)Women aged 14 to 24 yrs
Pregnancy TestingWomen aged 14 to 24 yrs
Chlamydia screeningWomen aged 15 to 24 yrs
C-card pick up point*Young people aged 13 to 24 yrs

Pre-booked appointments are not required

*C-card service is a pick up point, so only for those registered for the C-card scheme

 
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