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  • High Street Pharmacy

    88 High Street

    Barry

    CF62 7DX

    Tel: 01446 733789

    Disabled Access: No



    Service Availability
    : Service commissioned to be provided; however it is strongly advised that you check availability prior to attending.
    Available: Pharmacy has capacity to see further patients for this service today - an appointment may need to be made / the patient may be asked to return later in the day
    Limited Availability: Pharmacy has limited capacity to see further patients for this service today - an appointment is likely to be needed / the patient is likely to be asked to return later in the day - it is recommended that the pharmacy is contacted prior to travelling large distances
    Not Available Today: The service is commissioned but not available today. It may be available on the next day the pharmacy opens and patients should check with the pharmacy.

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  • Normal Opening Hours

    OpenCloseClosed
    Monday08:4517:30n/a
    Tuesday08:4517:30n/a
    Wednesday08:4517:30n/a
    Thursday08:4517:30n/a
    Friday08:4517:30n/a
    Saturdayclosedclosedn/a
    Sundayclosedclosedn/a
  • ServiceAvailableWhat is this service?Information
    Additional hours services (includes extended hours and Bank Holiday rota)Phone for AvailabilityThe provision of pharmaceutical services during "out of hours" periods, usually evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
    Common Ailments ServiceAvailableA service intended to enable pharmacists to provide advice and support to eligible patients complaining of a common ailment, and where appropriate, to supply drugs to them for the treatment of the common ailment. The service can be used by any patient who lives in Wales or is registered to a Welsh GP practice including temporarily. The patient must be able to attend the pharmacy in person. The patient must ask for the Common Ailments Service. The patient must register with the pharmacy they chose. They can register at any pharmacy and can choose to move to another pharmacy at any time if they need to use the service again. For more details visit this link: Common Ailment Service
    Covid 19 Vaccination ServicePhone for AvailabilityA service intended to enable the administration of Covid-19 vaccines to eligible patients, in line with a nationally agreed patient group direction (PGD). This service needs to be provided by an accredited pharmacist and it is recommended that you check with the pharmacy prior to attending that the pharmacist is available.
    Discharge Medicine Review (DMR)Phone for AvailabilityA review intended to support patients recently discharged between care settings, by minimising unintended medication changes and supporting adherence This service needs to be provided by an accredited pharmacist and it is recommended that you check with the pharmacy prior to attending that the pharmacist is available.
    Emergency Medicines Supply (EMS)AvailableA service intended to enable the supply of previously prescribed medication to patients, via the NHS, who may have run out of medication, or may have lost or damaged their medication, or have left home without them and they are unable to obtain a further prescribed supply before the next dose is due. This service allows you to obtain an emergency prescription free of charge if you have run out of your regular medication and your GP is closed. You must attend in person and provide proof of the medication requested e.g., an empty packet with your name on it or a repeat prescription slip. This is not for all medications and the pharmacist will go through a consultation prior to issuing the medication.
    Independent Prescribing for Common Ailments and ContraceptionAvailableThis service is subject to availability of an accredited pharmacist and it is strongly recommended that this be checked with the pharmacy prior to attending.The minor ailment conditions and contraception covered will depend on the individual pharmacist independent prescriber (PIPs) scope of practice but may include conditions relating to the ear, UTI, skin, coughs, and others. The patient will need to discuss or contact the pharmacy to see whether they can treat the required condition.
    Provides Emergency Contraception (EC)AvailableA service intended to enable the supply of emergency hormonal contraception (EHC) and sexual health advice to patients where clinically indicated and in accordance with nationally agreed Patient Group Directions (PGDs).This service needs to be provided by an accredited pharmacist and it is recommended that you check with the pharmacy prior to attending that the pharmacist is available. This service is for those aged 13 years old and above with a need for emergency contraception.
    Seasonal Flu VaccinePhone for AvailabilityA service intended to enable the administration of seasonal flu vaccine to eligible patients, in line with a nationally agreed patient group direction (PGD). Typically, adults over 18 years old should be accessing the pharmacy for their vaccine if they meet the eligibility criteria. This can include pregnant women, adults with long term health conditions, those over 50 years old, unpaid, or domiciliary carers, care home staff, but is not limited to this list and should be discussed with the pharmacy.
    Smoking CessationPhone for AvailabilityA service intended to provide a programme of motivational support and nicotine replacement therapy to people wishing to quit smoking.This service needs to be provided by an accredited pharmacist and it is recommended that you check with the pharmacy prior to attending that the pharmacist is available.
    Sore throat test and treatAvailableThe Sore Throat Test and Treat service offers patients with sore throat symptoms to access clinical screening, clinical assessment and appropriate treatment from a community pharmacy. The service is provided by accredited pharmacists, and patients are advised to confirm availability before travelling to a specific pharmacy.To access this service, patients will either need to be registered with a Welsh GP, be a temporary resident of Wales or a holidaymaker who is planning to stay in Wales for at least 24 hours after receiving treatment. This service can only be provided by an accredited pharmacist and if there is no accredited pharmacist on duty the service cannot be provided. It is strongly recommended that patients contact the pharmacy prior to attending to ensure that there is an accredited pharmacist available.
    Supervised administration of prescribed medicinePhone for AvailabilityA service intended to reduce the inappropriate use or diversion of opioid substitution treatment through the direct supervision of administration. This service needs to be provided by an accredited pharmacist and it is recommended that you check with the pharmacy prior to attending that the pharmacist is available.
    Waste Reduction SchemePhone for AvailabilityA service intended to reduce prescribing waste and over ordering of repeat medication, through direct interaction with the patient prior to dispensing.
  • Accessibility Information

    Service does: Bridging Quick Start Contraception
    Service does: Out Of Hours Service
    Service does: Urgent Medicines Service
    Service does: Welsh

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Send: From NHS 111 Wales: High Street Pharmacy - 88 High Street, Barry, CF62 7DX, Tel: 01446733789, Disabled Access: No