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High Street Pharmacies sell Viagra without Prescriptions

Up until now only Boots and Tesco Pharmacies have been able provide erectile dysfunction and malaria services to supply prescription medications without a doctor. Now Independent Pharmacies can do the same, offering Viagra, Cialis and Levitra, and Malarone and Doxycycline using 'Patient Group Directions'(PGDs).

PGDs are instructions which allow Pharmacists to supply prescription medications. Training for Pharmacists takes place online for as little as £45.00 per year at Pharmacy PGD.

Pharmacies set their own prices for services and can recover their initial set-up cost by using each PGD with customers 3 to 4 times in a year. The erectile dysfunction PGD allows repeats of Viagra, Cialis and Levitra to be supplied for up to a year after an initial assessment.

Pharmacists who are trained can download the forms they need and start using the PGDs with customers straight away. Pharmacists pay nothing until after they train and successfully complete an online assessment. There are no extra costs involved, just a one-off annual fee after training and an annual online refresher.

Patient assessment forms and in-store guides are all available as downloads from the training website Pharmacy PGD. Inexpensive point-of-sale materials (posters and counter leaflets) are also available to order.

Registration on the 'Pharmacy PGD' website allow owners and Superintendents to see at a glance which of their Pharmacists are trained to use PGDs.

PGDs keep pharmacy customers loyal and out of the thrall of the sometimes dominant multiples. Private PGDs allow the independents to compete.

Pharmacy premises indemnity insurance routinely covers the use of private PGDs. PCTs are not involved in providing private PGD services.

The standards required for the safe delivery of services are all on the Pharmacy PGD website. The training is streamlined, efficient and interesting, and it counts towards Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

There is no lower cost private PGD service available, and at least one other private PGD service which is much more expensive.

Pharmacists can register free at Pharmacy PGD and try it out. We think Pharmacists will be pleasantly surprised.

'Pharmacy PGD' receives lots of praise for being the first and by far the lowest cost provider of these new PGDs. Pharmacists and their customers appreciate the service.

Pharmacy PGD is operated by Red Box Healthcare Ltd. For more information contact info@pharmacypgd.co.uk or telephone 0845 4092595