In 2015 pharmacies in England delivered over 17,300 chlamydia screenings.¹
The sexual health services in Coventry are, Emergency Hormonal Contraception (EHC), chlamydia screening and c-card service (condom distribution).The aims of these services are to reduce sexually transmitted infections, increase screening of chlamydia, deliver safer sex advice and reduce the burden on secondary care by providing screening and treatment in the community.
All services are conducted face to face in the pharmacy and allow an opportunity for the pharmacist to advise the patient in a confidential, non-judgemental and easily accessible environment.
Please note some of the information below may now be out of date. We’ll update the information as soon as we have obtained the relevant documents from the Commissioner.
Please also note that the Commissioner is switching to recording through PharmOutcomes from 1st November 2018. You will still be able to use PharmPerform in November, however from 1st Dec 2018 you must use PharmOutcomes for all records and claims.
(1) Public Health England, Infection report, Volume 10 Number 22