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Church Walk Pharmacy is a dedicated UK mail order online Pharmacy. It is committed to providing the very best in healthcare and advice to all individuals from the convenience of their home or workplace. We aim to provide all patients / customers with the most accurate and up to date healthcare information possible, at the click of a button or by means of a simple telephone call from wherever you are.

Church Walk Pharmacy holds an NHS contract and offers a range of services including:

- Dispensing of both NHS and Private prescriptions.

- Free prescription collection and delivery service direct to your home, workplace or a suitable location at a time that suits you.

- Over-the- counter medicine sales.

- Free smoking cessation advice.

- Free travel care advice.

- Free advice on the management of minor ailments.

- Free disposal of unwanted medicines.

- Free advice and support to residents and staff at care homes.

Church Walk Pharmacy is operated by UK fully qualified Pharmacists who are registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GphC), and operates from Pharmacy premises that have been approved and registered by The Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.

The registration of the Pharmacy and the Pharmacist can be verified by clicking the following link:

http://www.pharmacyregulation.org/theregister/index.aspx

The team here at Church Walk Pharmacy believe that our patients health is paramount, and as such all activities undertaken in relation to your healthcare needs are done so under the strict supervision of a qualified Pharmacist. If under any circumstances, the Pharmacist feels that patients safety is at risk, the Pharmacist reserves the right to refuse such services and will endeavour to direct you to the most appropriate place should it deem necessary.

* Please contact Church Walk Pharmacy for further information.

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2-6 MANSFIELD ROAD,
Eastwood
Nottinghamshire
NG16 3AQ
01773 531573
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Raza Yarkhan MRPharmS (2211586)
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