Available 24hrs a day

Pharmacy TV is available for your pharmacy 24hrs a day, 7 days a week. Broadcast schedules are managed and updated for you, with all the latest health advice and wellbeing information for your patients and customers. Smart HD screens deliver brilliant picture quality to showcase your pharmacy services and products. Simply switch on your TV at the start of the day and your dedicated TV channel will start streaming automatically.

Screens can be positioned in any number of:

    • Waiting areas         
    • Consultation rooms
    • Windows
    • Points of sale
SCREEN SIZES

FAQ’s

Do you provide the TV screen?

Yes. You have the option purchase outright or rent any size of TV screen in our portfolio. 

Do I have to install anything myself?

No. Our engineers carry out all installation, set up, configuration and testing of your TV screen and channel. As part of our service, we agree with you the position of the TV screen prior to installation and confirm a date to undertake the install.  

Is the TV Channel branded for my Pharmacy?

Yes. Your TV Channel will include a series of graphics cards branded to your pharmacy information and identity.

How often is the TV Channel content updated?

New programmes are added every week and your TV channel is automatically updated overnight, ready for broadcast in your pharmacy the following morning.

How is my TV screen supported?

You will have access to a dedicated support team to register any issues with your TV screen or channel. An engineer will be sent to rectify any hardware issues. TV channel broadcasting issues, will be corrected remotely by our support team. 

Is Pharmacy TV Channel aligned to NICE guidance?

Yes. NICE are calling for greater use of digital platforms to help people change established unhealthy behaviours. Pharmacy TV meets the following recommendations for healthcare professionals:

    • Digital and mobile health interventions to support behaviour change for diet and physical activity, smoking, alcohol and unsafe sexual behaviour. These should supplement not replace existing services.
    • Use of expert sources for evidence-based digital or mobile health interventions.
    • PAGB -the OTC and Retailers Associations- are also recommending the use by pharmacies of digital and mobile health interventions to support behaviour change towards wider self care activity.

Ref: NICE Consultation:“Behaviour Change: Digital and Mobile health interventions” (2020)