At Bayside Village Pharmacy we are focusing on the local community’s health needs, focusing on trusted advice and information to improve your health and well-being. We want to improve access to our highly trained pharmacists and now have two pharmacists available Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm so one is always there to assist you.
Whether it is a blood pressure check or a vaccination, our new consulting and waiting rooms will ensure that you have a private and comfortable visit with us. For any mums looking for a quiet place in Bayside Village Shopping Centre to breast feed you’re always welcome to use our Breastfeeding SA endorsed facilities.
Over the next few months you will start to see other visiting health professionals in our pharmacy. Starting in June we will have two new services available for the people of Glenelg. Our visiting dietitian, Stelios, will be available by appointment to provide help with any of your dietary needs or questions. Also if you, or someone you are caring for, has balance or mobility concerns Diana, our experienced Occupational Therapist will be here to help you make the right choices about your equipment needs.
Health services that we offer include:
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16 hours ago
This week kicks off National Diabetes week, this means taking the time to learn to signs of type 1 & 2 diabetes.For type 1 this involves learning the 4T’s (toilet, thirsty, tired, thinner) these are all warning signs of type 1 diabetes.For type 2 if you are concerned it maybe time to be checked. Type 2 diabetes if not diagnosed can cause blindness, kidney damage, amputation and heart attack More than 500,000 Australians are living with silent, undiagnosed type 2 diabetes. For more information visit www.diabetesaustralia.com.au/Make the time to come into the pharmacy this week and sit down with one of our pharmacists or dietitian about your diet no appointment necessary. #jettyroadglenelg #health #wellness #baysidevillagepharmacy #compounding #pharmacy #diatetesweek2019 #type1 #type2 #stayinghealthy ... See MoreSee Less
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It's Diabetes Week! Did you know that diabetes can affect your eyesight? 👀Most vision loss from diabetes is preventable, but nearly half of all Australians living with diabates are not having their eyes checked regularly. Diabetes Australia have developed the KeepSight program, which is designed to make it easier for people living with diabetes to get their eyes checked.For more information about KeepSight, visit the link here: www.keepsight.org.au/about ... See MoreSee Less
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