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Sep 2013
In this edition of our blog we are looking at some of the services we offer and why they might be of benefit to you. Dosette Service If you or a family member are struggling to remember to take all your medication then our FREE dosette service may be of use to you. The weekly medication organisers (dosettes) are a way of having all your medications in one box. The packs are split into the days of the week, with clear plastic compartments (that you can pop out) for morning, mid-day, tea-time and bedtime doses. We can either issue you with dosettes on a weekly basis or 4 weeks at a time. We also offer a weekday delivery service if you are unable to collect from the pharmacy. If you are interested in having your medications made into weekly dosette packs come and speak to our pharmacist to see if this is a suitable service for you. Flu Vaccinations If you don't qualify for the free NHS vaccination or can't get an appointment, then we may be able to help. Starting from the 1st October our pharmacist will be administering flu vaccinations. The cost of this service will be £8.99. If you use our free managed repeat service, show your membership card to receive a 10% discount on the cost of the flu vaccination. You can stop by the pharmacy or call us on 01529 301830 to book your appointment. There are many other services that we provide, if you would like information about any of them please stop by and talk to us. Our friendly and helpful team are waiting to assist you with all your pharmacy needs.
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