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Medicare Pharmacy
We are an independent NHS Community Pharmacy serving the people of Leicester.

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Medicare Pharmacy

Medicare Pharmacy is a well-established, family run pharmacy that has been serving the local community in Leicester since 1993. We pride ourselves on great team working by supporting our professional colleagues, local community and patients. We believe people should be empowered to make decisions about their own health and wellbeing, and supporting our patients to achieve this is at the centre of our practice. We are passionate about your health.

The pharmacy has gone from strength to strength in recent years overcoming the different challenges the profession has faced. It has emerged as a strong and reliable healthcare provider with excellent service standards and we continue to work hard to strengthen this position as a pillar of healthcare support in the community. We provide innovative, high quality, patient centred services to support your health and wellbeing. These include a range of NHS and Private services such as Medicine Use Reviews, Diabetes support, Flu and Travel vaccinations, Veterinary prescriptions and more (visit our services page for a complete list and further details). We also have an online doctor to help you get quick and reliable support when you need it most. We have excellent IT systems in place allowing us to provide effective and efficient services.

To Nominate Medicare Pharmacy and receive your prescription electronically Click here.

This also allows us to receive and manage electronic prescriptions from your GP. To Nominate Medicare Pharmacy and receive your prescription electronically All our services are discreet and confidential. Most are carried out in our specially designed consultation area where you can also speak to our pharmacist about any other healthcare concerns you may have. Come in and see us today or alternatively phone and speak to one of our highly skilled, multilingual staff on 0116 251 2556

Medicare Pharmacy: ‘Passionate about your health’

Medicare Pharmacy Ltd
140 St Saviours Road
Leicester LE5 3SG
T: 0116 251 2556
E: info@medicare-pharmacy.co.uk
F: 0116 251 2116

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