Pharmacies could be given powers to diagnose and prescribe antibiotics as NHS strike begins

Pharmacies treat patients to prevent NHS strike chaos: Chemists could be given powers to diagnose and prescribe antibiotics for the first time as thousands of health workers prepare to walkout

  • Pharmacists to be drafted in to ease pressure on the NHS over the winter 
  • They could diagnose patients with minor conditions and prescribe antibiotics  
  • The move would divert 65 million appointments away from GP surgeries yearly  
  • It comes as 100,000 nurses plan to walk out on the week of…

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