Clinical Ambassadors in Women's health

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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Severn Pharmacy

Service type: Urinary tract infection.

Name of pharmacist: Ajay Berry.

How long have you been offering this service? Since 2018.



Lifestyle Pharmacy

Name of pharmacist: Nick Daines.

How long have you been offering this service? Since 2014.



Lee Pharmacy

Name of pharmacist: Al Patel.

How long have you been offering this service? Since 2000.



Shah Pharmacy

Name of pharmacist: Vivek Shah.

How long have you been offering this service? Since 2015.



Zenith Pharmacy

Name of pharmacist: Batul Roowala.

How long have you been offering this service? Since 2015.


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