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A new pharmacy service is now available to Ayrshire and Arran patients which provides  access to self-care advice for the treatment of impetigo for children and adults aged from 2years and simple urinary tract infections (UTI) in non pregnant women aged 16-64 years old. After assessment and where appropriate, a community pharmacist can supply antibiotics, free of charge, to treat the infection. Offering professional advice and treatment in pharmacies not only takes pressure off GP services, including out-of-hours, but also makes it easier for people to get help without having to make an appointment. Community pharmacies are open six days a week, and some operate in the evenings and on Sundays.

Training Practiceconsultation

The practice has for many years been an accredited training practice which involves training and mentoring qualified doctors at the latter stages of their GP training period.

As part of their training the doctors are required to perform video consultations with patients to assist with the assessment of their techniques. All patients attending any of these video consultations will have been advised beforehand and will have given their written consent prior to their appointment.

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