Our compounding laboratory at Manly Village Pharmacy is the only compounding lab on the Bayside. We are accredited by the Professional Compounding Chemists of Australia (PCCA) therefore our team takes great pride in preparing the highest quality compounded medications. Our compounding staff have undergone extensive training to help you solve challenging medication needs.
Learn more about our compounding pharmacy.
Our pharmacy stocks a wide range of dressings and first aid products to ensure every wound is treated appropriately. As a PCCA compounding pharmacy we also recommend PracaSil-Plus, a natural silicone base designed to aid in the recovery of scars including stretch marks, acne and surgical scars. Come in and speak to one of our friendly staff who can advise you on the optimal management of your wound.
We conduct blood pressure checks free of charge, as well as lifestyle tips and advice on how to improve your health. We also have blood pressure machines for purchase if you are considering implementing blood pressure checks into your routine.
Many hospital admissions are medication-related, of which 50% could be avoided by better medication management. At Manly Village Pharmacy, we invite you to have a private sit-down consultation with our pharmacist to discuss your health and medications. This Medscheck service is free and 100% funded by Medicare. Speak to one of our staff members today to discuss your eligibility for this consultation.
Home medicines review is a free health service that can be performed regularly with a referral from your GP. This involves a home visit by our accredited HMR pharmacist who will assess your medications and any concerns you may have about your health. This assessment is utilised by your doctor and your pharmacist together to ensure you achieve the best treatment possible.
Upon referral and discussion with your GP, you may be eligible for a free home visit by the pharmacist to review your medications and identify any medication problems. Working together, your pharmacist and GP will then develop a medication management plan for you, with a focus on quality use of medicines. If you are living in the community (nursing home residents are not eligible), and take regular medications, please speak to our staff about this service.
Have you recently been diagnosed with diabetes? Are you currently taking anti-diabetic medication and would like more information on how to better manage your treatment? A Diabetes Medscheck consultation allows you to have a private one-on-one discussion with our pharmacist, and will provide you with better understanding of your medications and the condition. Like a Medscheck, this service is free and 100% funded by Medicare. Please speak to our friendly staff to see whether you are eligible to receive this service.
As a sub-agent for the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) we provide subsidised services for eligible diabetics. We also have a variety of machines, strips, needles and disposal aids for purchase.
We can help you manage your medications with medication packs (Medico packs, Webster-Paks). Medication packs are a safe and simple way to ensure you or your loved ones are taking their medication correctly giving you peace of mind.
We keep a variety of high quality practitioner only ranges that can naturally help you optimise your health. Ask our trained staff about whether natural therapies are right for you.
Our pharmacy stocks a wide range of gifts for every occasion. Some of the ranges we stock include Demdaco Willowtree statues and Guritno Australia handmade porcelain. All gift purchases also come with complimentary gift wrapping.
Our pharmacy has baby scales available for use free of charge with assistance from our staff, as well as a range of other baby needs. Please ask our staff if there is anything else we can do to help you and your family.
Our Revlon and Coral Colours stands have a wide range of products and colours. We also have a range of skincare products that are suitable for sensitive or irriated skin such as MooGoo, QV, Dermaveen, Cetaphil and Simple.