EHC Staffordshire County Council

Pharmacies Offering EHC in Staffordshire:

This is the most up to date the LPC have of the list of pharmacies offering EHC services – please contact us if you believe you should either be added or removed from this list.

Staffordshire EHC Pharmacy Provider List Sept 2018

Structure for service management of EHC provision in Staffordshire:



NB: These service is for Staffordshire pharmacies.   Stoke City Council will continue to be commission EHC directly from pharmacies via Stoke City Council Public Health Dept.

The SLA and PGDs have been agreed by Lloyds, NHSE and Staffordshire Public Health Sexual Health Team.  If you have any questions about how the SLA, and PGDs operate you can contact the LPC and we will help where we can.  Otherwise we will refer you to the Lloyds services team responsible for this service.

If you have any service payment queries these should be addressed to Lloyds as they pay pharmacies for this service.

If you are interested in offering EHC you should contact Lloyds service office to ask if they need more pharmacies to join the service.

Lloyds Service Office can be contacted via email at

Service Spec for EHC extended to March 2020 :

Please note that the original service spec has been extended to March 2020, a letter was sent to EHC pharmacies to notify them of this.  If you do not have a copy of the letter please email and then you can add that to your services file to show that the contract is up to date.

Staffordshire EHC Service Spec 2016-2019

Safeguarding Issues:

Please see safeguarding information here

Pharmacy Accreditations
To deliver the PGD not only has the pharmacist to be accredited, the pharmacy must also have a contract with Staffordshire Public Health.  If you wish to deliver EHC in a pharmacy please do not do so until you have confirmed that the pharmacy does have a contract in place.

The consultation process:

either live recording on PharmOutcomes or paper form and details added to PharmOutcomes afterwards – details of process and client signature requirement is given below:

Consultation with live connection to PharmOutcomes: Consultations can be conducted and information added straight on to PharmOutcomes if you have a live connection in your consultation room.

If you are completing the module live on PharmOutcomes in the consultation room with the patient in front of you, there is a question requiring you to confirm that you have checked that the patient has received and understood the advice and the commissioners will accept this in lieu of a signature on a paper form.

Consultation without live connection to PharmOutcomes: Please use the ProForma during the consultation .  The ProForma is also available on the PharmOutcomes EHC module.  The ProForma reflects the questions in the PharmOutcomes module and has been written to reflect the details in the PGDs.  When no live link is available in the consultation room please print out a copy of the ProForma for use during the consultation process.

The PGD requires the client to sign to say they have given consent and have been counselled and understand the advice, there is space at the bottom of the ProForma for the pharmacist and the client to sign. If you are completing a paper form this must be signed by the client. The information MUST be transferred to PharmOutcomes as soon as possible after completing the consultation to record and claim for the provision.

PGDs expire 31.12.2019

Levonorgestrel PGD Dec 2017

Ulipristal PGD Dec 2017

EHC consultation proforma Nov 2017

Newsletters for Pharmacies offering EHC Service in Staffordshire

Staffordshire EHC service – Dec 2017 newsletter


Supporting Documentation:

To help with service provision the Public Health Department have put these documents together for you to use.

EHC safeguarding flowchart July 2014

Emergency contraception risk assessment July 14

Full-list-of-sexual-health-providers Aug 2015 (please note the Stafford clinics are now held at 2nd Floor, Civic Centre, Riverside, Stafford ST16 3AQ) and also please use the updated list of pharmacies which is at the top of this webpage.


Chlamydia: Pharmacies are no longer able to issue Chlamydia tests

Chlamydia Treatment: There is no locally commissioned pharmacy Chlamydia treatment services at this time.