Our Services

Blister Packs

Our Weekly Blister Pack Service is an easy way of helping you, or someone you care for, organise and take medicines at the right time every day, by pre-packing your medication into our specially designed blister pack.

Its important to take the right dose of your prescribed medicine at the right time. Some people may find this difficult, for example they have a complicated medicine routine or struggle to open medicine packaging.

This is where our Blister Pack Service may help. Call us today on 028 9261 9259 for more information and we will contact you to set up this excellent service.

Sign up for our Monthly Blister Pack Service which only costs £10.00 and can be cancelled at any time. 

Passport Photos

Maghaberry Pharmacy provide a fast and secure digital transfer for your online passport application … ask in store for details

Welcome to our convenient passport photo service! Whether you need a physical copy or a digital version, we’ve got you covered. Our in-store service ensures that you walk out with high-quality passport photos that meet all official requirements.

Plus, for added flexibility, we offer a digital passport service where you receive a unique code. This code can be easily shared with identity document providers, like passport offices or driving license issuers, streamlining your application process. Trust us to provide efficient and reliable passport photo solutions, tailored to your needs.

Visit us today for hassle-free passport photos or click the Learn More button to find out how the service works

Travel Advice

Maghaberry Pharmacy offer a complete travel advice service including, either providing advice or signposting you towards other agencies who can provide more comprehensive advice on specific topics.
  • Information concerning the stability of your medication when travelling
  • How to minimise the risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis (Blood Clots) on long-haul flights
  • General security requirements you should check before taking medicines on to flights
  • Specific travel requirements for those with medical conditions such as diabetes
  • Planning your medication requirements whilst abroad
  • Advice on Malaria and vaccination requirements for your destination
  • Specialist travel items such as water purification tablets and first-aid packs
  • Restrictions on taking specific drugs into foreign countries
  • Travel requirements for those with common medical conditions


Caring for your healthcare needs does not stop when you leave our Pharmacy. Whether you simply need assistance to help choose the best sunglasses or sun cream for that special trip abroad, or you require professional healthcare advice, our Pharmacy team are here to help.

Emergency Contraception

Emergency hormonal contraception containing the hormone levonorgestrel and commonly known as the “morning after pill” is available from Maghaberry Pharmacy either with or without a prescription.

You need to take the emergency contraceptive pill within 3 days (Levonelle) or 5 days (ellaOne) of unprotected sex for it to be effective – the sooner you take it, the more effective it’ll be.

Taken as a single pill, emergency hormonal contraception works by stopping a pregnancy before it becomes established by:

  • Delaying ovulation or the release of an egg
  • Preventing fertilisation of an egg that may already have been released
  • Stopping a fertilised egg from embedding within the lining of the womb

Emergency hormonal contraception is not an abortifacient, meaning it will not cause the abortion of a fertilised egg which has already attached itself to the womb; therefore it must be taken within 72 hours (Levonelle) or 120 hours (ellaOne) of having unprotected sex and ideally within 24 hours when it is most effective.

We appreciate the trust our customers place in us when dealing with private and often sensitive healthcare matters. If you need emergency hormonal contraceptive advice you can speak with a Pharmacist, either in the Pharmacy, or informally by phone. Direct dial numbers can be found on our website. After a more formal, but discreet and private consultation, within the Pharmacy, if it is considered both safe and appropriate, we can provide you with this form of contraception.

We will never ask you about the circumstances which have led to you seeking contraception advice but we will need to ask you some general medical questions to make sure emergency hormonal contraception is suitable for you to take. Emergency hormonal contraception is extremely safe with no serious side effects and if it was to fail, and you become pregnant, it has not been shown to affect the pregnancy or harm the developing baby in anyway.

Remember this form of contraception should not be used on a regular basis as a first choice method of contraception. We stock a full range of contraceptive products and our Pharmacy staff can advise you on the many options available to you.

Seasonal Flu

Maghaberry Pharmacy have trained pharmacists available to provide flu vaccinations within the pharmacy for any individual over 18 years of age.

If you don’t qualify for a NHS seasonal flu vaccination, we can help keep you healthy and well with our in local seasonal flu vaccination service saving you a trip to your Health Centre or Doctor.

Apart from the serious ill effects of catching influenza, millions of working days are lost each year with seasonal flu. If you cannot afford that time off work or are worried about potentially passing the flu to family friends and associates then book a vaccination with a member of the Pharmacy team to protect yourself and others.

Urinary Tract Infection

Test & Treat

Speak with a Maghaberry Pharmacy Pharmacist if you suspect you may have a urinary tract infection

Patients with suspected urinary tract infections can have a dip test done to determine the likely presence of an infection. If positive, we can supply a course of antibiotics.

Please note this service is only available to women aged between 18 – 65 following a consultation to assess eligibility.

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common infections that can affect any part of your urinary system, including your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. UTIs are usually caused by bacteria from the bowel that live on the skin near the rectum or in the vagina.

It is estimated that around half of all women in the UK have had a UTI. Symptoms of a UTI include pain or a burning sensation when urinating, needing to urinate more often than usual and feeling unwell

This website provides information, not medical advice. Medical information can be subject to change therefore information displayed must never be used as an alternative to, or replacement for, advice given by a qualified medical professional.