High Street Pharmacy

Pharmacy First Service

High Street Pharmacy

Pharmacy First Service

At High Street Pharmacy, we offer NHS services among them the Pharmacy First service in Glasgow.

Whenever you get sick, it is advisable to first visit your local pharmacy for advice, treatment, and further direction.

It’s necessary to consult your local pharmacist before making any serious steps.


Who is eligible for the NHS Pharmacy First service in Glasgow?

For you to get NHS Pharmacy First Service in Glasgow, you must be a resident in Scotland and/or be registered with a GP in Scotland.

Contact us today to learn more about your eligibility. We pride ourselves on professional pharmacists who will guide you through the entire process as well as answer all your questions.


How does the service work?

Our Pharmacists are professional health experts who can handle any minor health condition.  They also prescribe medicines to various patients depending on their conditions.

On minor ailments, our pharmacists will not only treat but also give professional advice.

The pharmacists can only give certain medicines on the NHS just like your GP. However, our pharmacists are qualified and can give proper prescriptions on certain medicines, but only drugs accessible from your GP.

They also give you a referral to see either a GP or another health officer in case you need further assistance.



Pharmacy First Service in Glasgow

Anyone suffering from various ailments is eligible to use this service. Some of the ailments include:

– Bacterial conjunctivitis
– Minor skin conditions
– Minor infections
– Vaginal thrush and
Urinary infections

Similar to Minor Ailments Service, The Pharmacy First Service in Glasgow assists in reducing congestion in hospitals.

Prior appointments are not necessary! Visit us anytime and meet our experts for not only private but also confidential consultation. You don’t have to worry about wasting time as we have no queue.

Get in touch with us today for more information about this service.


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