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Also in Pharmacies:

Drop into your local pharmacy anytime to get expert advice or information on healthcare, as well as help with your medicines.

There's no need to make an appointment.

Your pharmacist sells a wide range of over the counter medicines to treat minor ailments such as hay fever, athlete's foot and cold sores.

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All pharmacies dispense prescriptions and most supply emergency contraception on the NHS.

If you run out of your regular medicines and can't obtain a prescription from your GP, your pharmacist may be able to dispense an urgent repeat supply.

A list of pharmacies in the region is also available on Grampian CareData.  This site also has a list of pharmacies that are open on a Sunday.

What to do if you're ill and your local pharmacy isn't open

Out-of-hours medical services in Grampian are provided by G-MED, and are integrated with NHS 24, Scotland's round-the-clock telephone advice service. If you need medical advice when your local pharmacy is closed you should call NHS 24 on 111 who will give you advice or refer you to an out-of-hours doctor or nurse.
Know Who To Turn To lists the full range of services available to you, as well as guidance on when to use them.

Unauthorised photography, filming or recording

No one is allowed to make unauthorised photos, video or audio recordings in NHS Grampian buildings and grounds, particularly if they feature other patients, staff, carers, or visitors.  This is to respect the privacy and dignity of individuals using our services and also our staff.