Our Services

Fit to Fly

We can advise you on all aspects of travel health,  and provide vaccinations

Private Prescriptions

Corrys Chemists welcomes the opportunity to fulfil all your private prescription needs

PillPacPlus

PillPacPlus makes taking multiple medications safer. No more filling up those pill boxes

DNA Testing (N.Ireland Branches only)

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DNA testing available in Corrys Chemist Enniskillen working in partnership with DNA Clinics, based in Manchester, to provide a comprehensive range of DNA Tests

DNA Clinics, which is part of the Crystal Health Group, provides DNA testing services for individuals and organisations in Tyrone and Fermanagh and surrounding areas. This means you can have DNA testing carried out for legal purposes or peace of mind in a clinical and confidential setting.

  • Transparent DNA Testing prices with sample collection and results reporting included.
  • Confidential and Clinic setting.
  • A complete range of highly accurate complex DNA tests with low risk chance of inconclusive results.
  • Appointments for both legal and peace of mind DNA testing.
  • A dedicated case manager to answer all your questions and guide you through the testing process.
  • Fully managed testing from arranging your appointment to results package.
  • Fast results in 3 – 5 working days.
  • Full consent and parental responsibility compliant.
  • Qualified scientists available to answer any technical questions.
  • Court admissible test results for solicitors, social services and immigration purposes.
  • Accredited Laboratory with ISO 17025.

In addition, Crystal Health Group can also offer post DNA test counselling services.

For further information about our DNA testing service or to speak in confidence to a Pharmacist call in person to Corrys Chemist in Enniskillen or call us during working hours

Travel Advice

Corrys Chemists 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 Corrys Chemists 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

Corrys Chemists 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.

Passport Photos

Corrys Chemists offer a top quality Photography Service if you need a photograph taken to apply for or renew a passport, driving licence or to get a student ID card. We can produce the photo code for digital visa / passport applications.

There is no need to make an appointment – just call at the Pharmacy and leave the rest to us.

Here are a few tips to help you prepare to have your photograph taken for an official document such as a passport:

  • Sunglasses should not be worn and it is advisable not to wear glasses of any sort
  • Only head coverings worn for religious reasons are usually permitted for official photos, so don’t wear a hat or a headband
  • Covering of facial features is generally not permitted, so keep your hair back from your face
  • For photographs of children, parents should not hold the infant in their arms and dummies should be removed before the photograph is taken
  • Keep a neutral expression on your face and try not frown or smile

    You can relax knowing that the quality of your photographs will meet the strict requirements of the passport office or the driving license authority.