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A popular PGD package for pharmacies wishing to offer a Travel Health Clinic service. PharmaDoctor offers 3 prophylaxis options for malaria via PGD:


Only: £39.00

  1. Atovaquone proguanil (Malarone® and any generic)
    • check 250 mg/100 mg film-coated tablets
  2. Doxycycline hyclate (any generic)
    • check 50mg and 100mg capsules
  3. Mefloquine hydrochloride (Lariam®)
    • check 250mg tablets

All our PGD service packages come with free access to our
9-5 Monday to Friday clinical support and medical information line.


Why this service

An increasing number of pharmacies are now offering a Travel Health Clinic to expand their range of clinical services offered to customers.

Over recent years, the number of GP Practices offering a comprehensive travel health service has reduced. In some areas of the country, only 9% of GP Practices now offer a complete service.

Following a recent review by the DOH, GP Practices are being instructed to no longer prescribe travel vaccines free on the NHS, therefore the number of GP Practices offering a travel health service is expected to reduce even further.

Pharmacy has a huge opportunity to fulfil this unmet need by offering a clinically robust private travel health service to their customers.

PharmaDoctor’s Malaria PGD package supports pharmacists to dispense malaria prophylaxis to customers without the need for a prescription.

Note:The PharmaDoctor Malaria PGD is nearly always purchased by pharmacists as part of PharmaDoctor's Travel Health eTool and integrated PGD Package

PATIENT BENEFITS

  • check Access to
    • Atovaquone/Proguanil Hydrochloride 250 mg/100 mg Film-coated tablets (Malarone®)
    • Doxycycline 50 mg and 100mg capsules
    • Mefloquine 250 mg tablets (Lariam®) without a GP appointment
  • check Simple walk-in pharmacy service
  • check A solution without the wait

PHARMACY BENEFITS

  • check A valuable service to the communities they serve
  • check Clinically robust support
  • check Quick and easy to implement

Adverse events should be reported. Reporting forms and information can be found at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. Adverse events should also be reported to the relevant pharmaceutical company.

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