Your local pharmacist is a highly trained healthcare professional, and can give you advice on common illnesses and the medicines you need to treat them. Most now have a quiet area away from other customers where you can speak to the pharmacist more privately.
Unit FF2 Ellesmere Centre Walkden M28 3ZD
0161 790 4509
Regent Retail Park 46 Ordsall Lane Regent Road Salford M5 3TP
0161 834 9316
18 The Mall Eccles M30 0EA
0161 789 3909
17 - 18 Albany Way Salford Shopping Centre Salford M6 5JS
0161 736 2534
23 The Parade Swinton M27 2BH
160 794 3699
99 Church Street Eccles M30 0EJ
0161 707 6063
Sainsburys 100 Regent Road Salford M5 4QU
0161 834 9659
55 Rigby Street Salford M7 4NX
0161 792 1017
86 Devonshire Street Salford M7 4AE
0161 792 4960
Fairhills Road Irlam Salford M44 6BL
0161 602 8922
Pendleton Way Salford M6 5JG
0345 671 9561
Ellesmere Centre Walkden M28 3BT
0345 026 9673
The Minor Ailment Scheme has been introduced across pharmacies in Salford so that residents registered with a Salford GP can visit their community pharmacist instead of their GP for advice and if necessary a supply of medication to manage a number of self-treatable health conditions.
Community pharmacists are not only able to treat simple conditions but if you don’t currently pay for prescriptions they can issue a supply of medicines that you would normally need to buy, such as head lice treatments.
The service is available to all Salford residents who are registered with a GP who have a minor, self-treatable condition.
Most community pharmacists in Salford have signed up to the scheme and a full list is available here. Some of which are open in the evenings and at weekends.
The pharmacist can provide treatment and advice for the following conditions: