For minor ailments and conditions you can get rapid advice and treatment from your local pharmacy.

Under the Pharmacy First scheme, the pharmacist can also prescribe medicines for these conditions (normal charges and exemptions apply):

Ear-ache
Teething and nappy rash
Threadworms
Hay fever
Athlete's foot
Diarrhoea
Skin rashes, impetigo
Eye infections
Cold sores and mouth ulcers
Coughs, colds, sore throats, blocked nose
Thrush and uncomplicated urinary tract infections
Just drop in to your local pharmacy and ask to see the pharmacist.

If you have difficulty finding a pharmacy, you can use the NHS Choices website, www.nhs.uk, or dial 111.

Those taking part in Pharmacy First will display this logo:

 

pharmacy first

 

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Young People

If you are aged 13-24 years old you may not be aware of the services that are available to you through your GP surgery.

 Additional information for young people

Medical assistance when the Practice is closed

National Diabetes Audit