OUR SERVICES & PRODUCTS
At Wilstead Pharmacy, we offer a range of services, all with the aim of achieving high levels of patient and customer care in a professional and caring environment:
The Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) is an NHS Service. It gives you the oppurtunity to change how your GP sends your prescription to the place you choose to get your medicines or appliances from.
If you have had unprotected sex, that is, sex without using contraception, or think your contraception might have failed, you can use emergency contraception, which is available from Wilstead Pharmacy.
This service offers a blood pressure check to all patients of any age. A charge may apply.
Our pharmacist is fully trained to measure your blood pressure. This is done in the comfort and privacy of our consulting room.
A medicines use review is an appointment with a pharmacist to focus on how you are getting on with your medicines. The review takes place at the pharmacy and is a FREE NHS service.
Flu vaccination by injection, commonly known as the “flu jab” is available every year on the NHS to protect adults (and some children) at risk of flu and its complications, unfortunately due to Covid19 and increased demand, pharmacy suppliers are struggling to source vaccines, please be patient with deliveries.
We can help you quit smoking for good. As a health care professional your pharmacist is ideally placed to help you through the quitting process from advice and tips on how to break the habit and also guidance on NRT (nicotine replacement therapy) products, such as gum, patches and many more, to help you when the urge just gets too much
We will be happy to collect your repeat prescriptions on your behalf from your local GP surgery and deliver to your home address at NO CHARGE.
Dental Pain- Ask The Dentist!
We have a UK qualified dentist that can provide FREE advice to help address your dental pain when you are unable to secure an appointment with your dentist (this is not a substitute for visiting your dentist).
If you have had a newly prescribed medicine, the pharmacist can offer advice on how to take your new medication.