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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.


Any patient wishing to register with the practice has the right to do so and the following procedure applies:

Patients should provide their medical card and complete a 'New Patient Information Sheet'. If a medical card is not available a registration form will have to be completed.

Separate registration forms are needed for each member of a family .

Patients must produce two forms of identification. One should be photographic (passport or driving license) and the other should be a recent utility bill as proof of address.

If a Patient has a problem with identification then the matter will be passed to the Practice Manager for approval.

Once the registration form has been completed and signed and the proof of identity has been confirmed the Patient is immediately registered with the practice and can make a normal appointment with a clinician (Once their details have been updated on the computer system). 

If the Patient cannot produce proof of identity at the time of completion of the forms they will be given back the registration form and asked to return with the proper documents at a later date. The Patient can leave the surgery with the registration forms.

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