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Pharmacists can give you advice on a range of conditions and suggest medicines that can help.

They may also be able to offer treatment and some prescription medicine for some conditions, without you needing to see a GP (this is called Pharmacy First). Conditions they can treat as part of Pharmacy First are:

  • Sinusitis (aged 12 years and over)
  • Sore throat (aged 5 years and over)
  • Earache (aged 1 to 17 years)
  • Infected insect bite (aged 1 year and over)
  • Impetigo (aged 1 year and over)
  • Shingles (aged 18 years and over)
  • Uncomplicated urinary tract infections in women (women aged 16 to 64 years)

Across England, 95% of pharmacies have signed up to offer the expanded service.

Please note the local pharmacies in our area have advised their cut off time for the Pharmacy First service is 5pm.

Further information on: How pharmacies can help – NHS (

Click the link to watch a video explaining the service: