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The number of British people travelling abroad is increasing each year, and with that, the demand for travel health services is also growing. However, many travellers are risking their health by leaving without the necessary professional advice and exposing themselves to unnecessary risk of illness. But with the wait for GP appointments putting some patients off receiving the right vaccinations, pharmacies are perfectly placed to meet patient demand. Read below how your fellow contractors are doing it and how you too could see a £1,000 monthly boost to your pharmacy profits.
Sunil Lakhani, pharmacist and owner of Sai Pharmacy in Newham, London, talks to Saša Janković about setting up a clinic to help the rising number of people with latent TB in the area.
Kim Curtis, managing pharmacist at McCarten’s Pharmacy in Newry, talks to Saša Janković about running a travel clinic.
Harlow Town Pharmacy
Pharmacist manager Sabina Yasmin talks to Saša Janković about adding a Yellow Fever vaccination service to her travel vaccination clinic at Harlow Town Pharmacy in Essex.
Pharmacist and IP Olivier Picard talks to Saša Janković about running a travel clinic.
Mare St Clinic
Pharmacist and IP Abdul Rehman Javed talks to Saša Janković about meeting an unmet local need by setting up a weekend clinic in Hackney.
Rachel Carter asks Leeds contractor Solomon Abuede about the benefits of Midway Pharmacy’s travel health service.
Rikesh Patel, Independent Prescriber and pharmacy manager at Amin Pharmacy in Hounslow, talks to Saša Janković about setting up a Covid-19 PCR testing ‘Fit to Fly’ service
Sturdee Avenue Pharmacy
Superintendent pharmacist and IP Atika Tailor talks to Saša Janković about running a comprehensive travel health service at Sturdee Avenue Pharmacy in Gillingham, Kent.
Customer demand led Sutton pharmacy to start a ‘Fit to Fly’ Covid-19 PCR testing service. Superintendent pharmacist and owner Sanjay Patel tells Saša Janković how it has taken off.
The Riverside Pharmacy
Rachel Carter talks to Chris Mulimba about the travel health service offered at his pharmacy in Sleaford, Lincolnshire.