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Walmley Pharmacy Services is here to serve all patients, whether you are in the hospital or visiting one of our outpatient clinics. We work to promote safe, accurate, rational and cost-effective drug therapy.

Our pharmacists offer a variety of services, including:

  • Monitored Dosage System
  • Care Home Services
  • Blood Glucose Testing
  • Cholestorel Testimg
  • Blood Pressure Monitoring
  • Full MOT
  • Flu Vacinations(seasonal)
  • Medicine Use Review(MUR)
  • New Medicine Service(NMS)
  • » Dispensing prescriptions. We dispense NHS, vetinary, dental and private prescriptions and can order special medicines or appliances if needed.

    » Free prescription collection and delivery service

    » Nhs Repeat dispensing. This service allows you to collect regular repeat prescription medicines directly from your pharmacy for an agreed period of time without having to go to your GP.

    -Electronic prescription service. Nominate our pharmacy to receive your prescriptions from your surgery electronically.. Simply order your prescription directly at surgery or through us and we will receive your prescription electronically within 48 hours ready for you to collect or have delivered

    » Free Repeat Prescription Collection Service. If you take repeat medication prescribed by your local GP, then Walmley pharmacy repeat collection service can help save you time. Simply call us to place an order over the phone with us or order online through our website or order online through your surgery portal and we will collect your repeat prescription from your local surgery or receive electronically if you have nominated us. We can also deliver your prescription medicines to your home. » Healthy living pharmacy and health promoter

    » Signposting. If our pharmacist thinks you need additional help from other healthcare professions, social services or voluntary organisations within the area, they can provide you with contact details.

    » Nhs Medicine use review (nhs logo). If your are prescribed a new medicine for the first time for either an existing or newly diagnosed health condition such as high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma and COPD , the pharmacist will support you to use the medicine safely and give you advice and information about your new medicine. Speak to our friendly pharmacist for more information.

    » New medicine service (nhs logo). This is a free medicine check-up service, which is useful if you regularly take several prescription medicines or are on medicines for a longterm illness such as diabetes, asthma. Consultations are held in a private consultation area so your consultation will not be overheard. This confidential NHS service will help you to find out more about your medicines, identify any problems you may be having with them and help you to take your medicines to best effect.

    » weekly medicine trays. We can offer a free service to place your tablets into weekly sections, morning, lunch, tea and night time. Therefore you will never have to worry about running out of your medicines, and which tablets to take at what time. We also offer this toresidential homes. for care home medication

    -Change Full MOT to Health check -typo cholesterol testing

    -Change blood glucose to free diabetes check -change blood pressure monitoring to free blood pressure check

    -Ceasonal flu vaccination (typo) for all eligible patients over 18. as part of the NHS we offer Free (nhs logo) flu vaccination to all people aged 65 years and over, and for people aged from 18 to less than 65 years of age with one or more of the following medical conditions:

    • Chronic (long-term) respiratory disease, such as severe asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or bronchitis;

    • Chronic heart disease, such as heart failure;

    • Chronic kidney disease at stage three, four or five;

    • Chronic liver disease;

    • Chronic neurological disease, such as Parkinson’s disease or motor neurone disease, or learning disability;

    • Diabetes;

    • Immunosuppresion, a weakened immune system due to disease (such as HIV/AIDS) or treatment (such as cancer treatment);

    • Asplenia or splenic dysfunction;

    • Morbid obesity

    • Pregnant women aged 18 or over (including those women who become pregnant during the flu season);

    • People aged 18 or over living in long-stay residential care homes or other longstay care facilities*;

    • Social care workers;

    • Carers aged 18 or over; or

    • Household contacts of immunocompromised individuals who are aged 18 or over