Pharmacy bank holiday hours
On the upcoming bank holiday (29 August), pharmacy opening hours will change and most pharmacies in Hull will close. You can find the opening times for pharmacies in Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire here.
Pharmacists (chemists) are qualified experts who can offer health advice and remedies for a range of minor medical problems, without the need for an appointment. Many have private consultation rooms.
Pharmacists dispense medicines prescribed by your GP and can offer advice on a range of common conditions including:
- bugs and viruses
- minor injuries
- tummy troubles
- women’s health
- skin conditions
- aches and pains
- children’s ailments
Some pharmacies can offer additional services including:
- emergency contraception
- truss fittings
- incontinence supplies
- needle exchange and supervised drug administration
- pregnancy testing
- stop smoking services
- medicines use reviews
- chlamydia screening and treatment
- weight management
Remember that some pharmacies close over bank holidays.
Have you heard of The Minor Ailments Scheme?
If you do not pay for prescriptions, Pharmacists can sometimes offer you medicines free of charge or without you needing an appointment with your doctor. Learn more here.