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From 1st April 2011 the charge for dispensing medication in Scotland (previously £3 per item for patients who do not qualify for an exemption) was abolished.

Patients may still be required to pay for certain non-NHS services such as travel vaccinations and insurance or employment medical reports.

Please note we are not able to accept credit or debit card payments.

Further information on prescription charges in Scotland can be found on the Scottish Government website.

Visitors from England should be aware that if they present an English prescription at a Scottish Pharmacy then they will be charged the appropriate charge, as if they were still south of the border. If you qualify for an exemption from payment then evidence will need to be shown as usual.

 
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