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Mediclinic Pharmacy
We are a Independent NHS Community Pharmacy serving the Medway towns.

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Mediclinic Pharmacy
We are an Independent Pharmacy serving our local community across Gillingham and all the Medway Towns. We offer a personalised service, whereby we can manage your prescriptions and medications for you. We can order your repeat medication on your behalf to your GP surgery and give you a collection/delivery date of when you can expect your next prescription to be ready from us.
We go to all GP/Doctor's surgeries across Chatham, Gillingham & Rochester (all Medway towns). We offer a FREE DELIVERY SERVICE too!

We also provide many clinical services including:

  • Medication Use Reviews (MUR)

  • New Medication Service (NMS)

  • Flu Vaccinations

  • Blood Pressure Monitoring

  • Stop Smoking Clinics

To support your local MEDICLINIC PHARMACY, you can join our patient list by nominating us as your pharmacy at the doctor's surgery, in our pharmacy or by calling us on 01634 853087 You can also use our brand new app to reorder your repeat medication with us.
We provide both NHS services aswell as private clinical services.
74-76 Watling Street
01634 853087
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Registered in : England
GPHC Registration : 1032782
Superintendent Pharmacist
Mehdi Hussain (2200431)
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