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Women experience a range of unique health issues and conditions. From pregnancy to menopause and other gynaecological conditions, some women may need medical treatment but often the patient may just need advice from their pharmacist on how to tackle these conditions. A women’s health service can offer advice on sexual health, contraception and the morning after pill or go beyond this to offer breast cancer screening and menopause advice. You can fill a big gap in the pharmacy market by offering these services to your patients and not only will you see a big increase in your revenue stream but you will also be helping to ease a large burden off the NHS.
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Nikita Patel, managing pharmacist at Pyramid Pharmacy in Walthamstow, tells Saša Janković about supplying the new OTC progesterone contraceptive pill.
Alice Middleditch, counter assistant supervisor at Clare Pharmacy in Suffolk, talks to Saša Janković about running a sexual health service for young people.
Jagjeet Singh, superintendent pharmacist at Selby’s Pharmacy in Lindfield, West Sussex, tells to Saša Janković why continuing to run his EHC service has been so important during the pandemic.
Pharmacist Bipin Patel, owner of Broadway Pharmacy in Bexleyheath, tells Saša Janković how offering an EHC service can encourage long-lasting customer loyalty.
Pharmacist and IP Gareth Hughes talks to Saša Janković about running a period delay service at Sheppards Pharmacy in Aberdare, Wales.
The Pharmacy Galleria
Helen Whittaker, support pharmacist at The Pharmacy Galleria in Pensnett, Dudley, talks to Saša Janković about running an emergency hormonal contraception service.
Silas Agyemang launched a women’s health service after receiving multiple enquiries about cystitis and uncomplicated urinary tract infections at his pharmacy in Bournemouth.
Ruislip Manor Pharmacy
Sanjay Doegar says his pharmacy has been able to help a lot of women and young people by offering the locally-commissioned emergency contraception service.
Ajay Berry explains how he set up a service to support patients with UTIs.
Bath pharmacist Nick Daines explains how his sexual health service works.
Al Patel talks to Rachel Carter about his Lewisham pharmacy’s pregnancy testing service.
Birmingham’s locally-commissioned sexual health service presented a lucrative opportunity for the team at Shah Pharmacy – and a chance to expand their clinical offering.
Zenith Pharmacy has been providing sexual health services to people in Birmingham since 2015, as part of the locally-commissioned Umbrella service.
Attwood Green Pharmacy
Rachel Carter speaks to Amarachi Inechi, a pharmacist at Attwood Green Pharmacy, about delivering sexual health services in the heart of Birmingham.