What is the NHS Pharmacy Contraception Service?

The NHS Pharmacy Contraception Service is a convenient and accessible service. This allows you to access a range of contraception options without the need to visit your GP or a sexual health clinic.
Our service is available to anyone who is over the age of 16 and registered with a GP in England. Our team is highly trained and experienced. We are committed to providing you with confidential, non-judgmental advice and support.

What types of contraception are available?

An ongoing supply of oral contraceptive pill can be obtained via the Pharmacy Contraception Service.

How does the service work?

To access the NHS Pharmacy Contraception Service, you simply need to make an appointment with one of our trained pharmacists. During your appointment, a pharmacist will conduct a consultation, measure your blood pressure and if clinically appropriate a repeat supply of your medication can be supplied without needing to visit your GP.
If you decide to go ahead with the service, we will provide you with the necessary medication and give you detailed instructions on how to use it effectively.
Overall, our service is completely confidential, and we will never share your personal information with anyone without your consent. We are committed to providing you with a safe and supportive environment to access the care and support you need. Consequently, you make informed choices about your sexual health!