NHS Prescription Service – register and we can dispense your repeat and acute prescriptions
Free service for the over 40s, to check and identify if you have high blood pressure
New Medicines Service is a free service to help patients understand how to get the best from their NHS medicines
See your trusted local pharmacist quickly when referred from NHS 111 or your GP
I studied to be a pharmacist at the University of Sunderland and qualified in August 2015. Prior to that I had worked in community pharmacy in other roles since 2007. I am aspiring to become an Independent Prescribing Pharmacist which requires additional study and qualifications but provides the ability to broaden the consultations and treatments I can provide to patients. The best thing about being a community pharmacist is the opportunity to build a rapport with customers, becoming an integral part of the community. Away from work I enjoy writing poetry, reading fantasy novels, competitive gaming with team mates.
- Our advanced hub prescription-assembly process releases our time so can provide more clinical services
- Please request your repeat prescription 5-7 days in advance from your GP