The NHS is encouraging people to prepare for the long weekend by checking they have all their repeat prescriptions.
Patients are also reminded they can get expert medical advice on a range of common illnesses at their pharmacist during the Bank Holiday weekend.
Paul Twomey, medical director for NHS England in Yorkshire and the Humber, said: “It is vital that those with long term conditions or who have regular medication make sure they have their prescriptions so they do not run out over the weekend.
“Also if you need advice over the weekend your local pharmacy can help you with more than you might think.
“Pharmacists offer expert, confidential advice and treatment for many minor health problems.”
Here are the opening times for Bank Holiday Monday (May 29).
Asda Pharmacy The Asda Store High Street, Carcroft DN6 8DN 01302 573510, 9am-6pm
Asda Pharmacy The Asda Store Bawtry Road (Gliwice Way) DN4 5NW 01302 379410, 9am-6pm
Balby Late Night Pharmacy St John’s Group Practice Greenfield Lane, Balby DN4 0TH 01302 859333, 8am-noon
Boots UK Ltd 10-11 The Wheatley Centre Wheatley Hall Road DN2 4PE 01302 342257, 9am-1.30pm, 2.30pm-6pm
Boots UK Ltd 13-15 Frenchgate Doncaster DN1 1QB 01302 342238, 9am-5pm
Day Lewis Pharmacy The Vermuyden Centre Fieldside, Thorne DN8 4BQ 01405 817674, 10am-4pm
H I Weldricks 40-42 East Laith Gate Doncaster DN1 1HZ 01302 369699, 10am-8pm
Lloyds Pharmacy Rear of 83 Thorne Road Doncaster DN1 2ES 01302 730519, 10am-4pm
Lloyds Pharmacy Sainsbury’s Supermarket, Thorne Road Edenthorpe DN2 5PS 01302 885761, 9am-5pm
Tesco Pharmacy Thorne Road Edenthorpe DN3 2JE 01302 507347, 9am-6pm
Tesco Pharmacy Woodfield Way Balby DN4 8EG 01302 799747, 9am-6pm
Pharmacy opening hours in can be found on the NHS Choices website www.nhs.uk along with information on walk-in centres, urgent care centres or minor injuries units.