Patient Services




    We offer a variety of services in store...


    All Covid-19 Vaccinations Influenza Diptheria Tetanus Pretusis (Whooping Cough) Measie Mumps Rubella Meningococcal ACWY Medication Check A free in-store medication check with our pharmacist can help reduce any risk of potential medication errors and ensure you are taking your medicine/s as effectively as possible.

    Blood Sugar Check

    Blood Pressure Check 

    If you are not feeling well and can't get in to see your doctor, come down for a free check of blood pressure/blood sugars to ensure basic levels are within normal levels and advice on where to go if they are not within normal parameters.

    Diabetes Medication Check

    Type 1 and type 2 diabetes are complex chronic conditions that come with a lot of information that may get confusing. This free service can help give you a basic understanding of your condition and your medications required to treat it as well.

    Inhaler Technique Check

    Do you know it is estimated that nearly 90% of Australians are using the puffers incorrectly? Come in-store for a quick refresher to ensure you are getting the most out of your puffers.

    Absence from work certificate

    Are you feeling ill and cannot get to work but also cannot get a doctor's appointment? Pharmacies can give absence from work certificates and carers certificates in-store.

    Dose Administration Aids

    Medication regimes can get confusing and troublesome very easily. A dose administration aid removes the complexity of medication regimes and helps improve health outcomes by reducing medication related errors.

    Home Medication Review

     Sometimes it is good just to stop and review all your medications and make sure everything still makes sense and is appropriate. With a referral from your GP, our pharmacist can come to your house and spend some time reviewing all your medications and answer any questions you have. Home medication reviews aim to improve your understanding of medications, reduce risk of medication errors and hospitalisation by ensuring patient doctor and pharmacist are all on the same page.