Anti-malaria tablets from Newdays
Pharmacy No prescription needed!
Every year many hundreds of travellers from the UK catch malaria and in tens of cases it is fatal. Symptoms can start rapidly. The right anti-malaria tablet is essential to prevent infection.
Anti-malarial tablets are often prescription-only medicines and most GPs charge between £15 to £25 to issue a private prescription.
At Newdays Pharmacy, our pharmacists are specially-trained to provide a range of travel health services and we can supply anti-malaria tablets for the whole family without the need to see your GP for a private prescription thereby saving you the £15 to £25 charged for writing a private prescription.
Three simple steps to obtain your anti-malaria tablets
Step 1. Visit the NHS fitfortravel (http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/destinations.aspx) website to determine whether you need anti-malaria tablets for your travel destination or one of our pharmacists on 0118 959 0270.
Step 2. Contact one of our branch to arrange a short consultation with one of our pharmacists.
Step 3. Our pharmacist will assess the suitability of the tablets by completing a short medical questionnaire, provide you with all the advice you need and then issue the medication.
We are the only local pharmacy to provide such a service without a prescription.
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