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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.

When We Are Closed

closed_signThe out of hours service is provided by NHS 24 (  Telephone: 111

If you, or someone you look after, is unwell or needs medical attention outside of normal surgery hours NHS 24 will assess your request and provide appropriate advice/treatment. Please be prepared to provide a few details such as name, address and telephone number and note that all calls are recorded. 

Please only use this service if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens. 

In the event of a medical emergency dial 999

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