The interactive map below shows the distribution of specific pharmaceutical services. Use the drop-down filter to select the different services available. Hover your mouse-pointer over the pharmacy markers on the map to see address details and opening hours.
100 Hours Pharmacy
A pharmacy that was granted an NHS contract under a control of entry exemption requiring it to open for at least 100 hours per week.
Community pharmacy, sometimes called retail pharmacy, is part of the primary care system in England, along with GPs, optical services and dentistry. Typically, community pharmacies operate as a retail outlet that also has qualified health care professionals providing some health care services. Its presence on many high streets, often on a walk-in basis, makes community pharmacy easily accessible for patients and provides a source of advice and support around their medicines, for minor acute illnesses, or for ongoing long-term conditions.
Dispensing Appliance Contractor
An NHS contractor that specialises in the supply (on prescription) of appliances, notably stoma and incontinence appliances.
Distance Selling Pharmacies
These pharmacies provide pharmacy services without making face-to-face contact with the patient. Medicines are typically delivered to the patients home by courier.
Evening opening pharmacies are open until 6pm or later.