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Jun 2018
Travel Health
Travelling beyond Europe this summer? Not sure if you need any vaccinations or tablets?!

Here at bispham road pharmacy we have a trained pharmacist and a medical professional who is available for advice and consultations (by appointments only) CALL BISPHAM ROAD PHARMACY to make an appointment.
We offer travel advice and travel clinics, we can guide and provide you types of treatments that you might need before you depart!
We know time changes can be confusing and tiring at the best of times but what about if you are Diabetic? Not sure when you take your insulin after a time change? Our pharmacist will be able to help you with any queries you may have, ensuring you’re taking your medication at the correct times and offering the correct steps and guidance to make sure you have the best holiday possible��

When travelling shorter distances or in Europe if you need any travel advice as a diabetic then you can consult our medical practitioner by appointment.
Far East and South America areas do require yellow fever vaccines, places such as Cameroon, central Africa republic, the republic of Congo, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Brazil and many more! For more information follow the link....http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/advice/disease-prevention-advice/yellow-fever/yellow-fever-risk-areas.aspx

Here at BISPHAM ROAD PHARMACY we wish you a fantastic summer season filled with lots of memories and time spent with loved ones! For friendly advice call into BISPHAM ROAD PHARMACY were you can have a chat with our trained team with any queries you may have!��
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