Diabetes Medscheck - Free!

If you are a diabetic, you will need regular scrutiny of your medication to maintain optimum health. You may only be taking one or two medications to qualify for this free service, whether on prescription or off the shelf. All you need to do is to make an appointment.

Importance:

Maintaining regular blood glucose levels will help you to live a fuller, healthier life – and a longer one!

How does it work?

We take a single drop of blood using a relatively pain-free technique. We record your results each time.

Benefit to you

If we believe that you need to improve your readings we refer you to your clinician – whether your doctor or naturopath.

This method will improve your resilience to many health challenges. It is the smart thing to do to get a regular check from our pharmacist. This way we can help you to remain as healthy as possible.

Frequency

Annually

Resources

Our experts can help you identify and manage your health concerns using modern, safe and effective techniques.

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