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Audley Mills Pharmacy
Audley Mills Pharmacy

Welcome to Audley Mills Pharmacy. We are Rayleigh's ONLY late night chemist that is OPEN SEVEN days a week..You can order your repeats from us by telephone or from our website at your convenience 7 days a week. We offer a FREE collection delivery service. Our online ordering service allows you to order your prescriptions directly through us and we will ensure that your request has been chased and dealt with to the highest of standards.

We deliver to all SS6 postcodes and will collect from further a field if required.Weregularlyprovide a collections service from most local surgeries such as AUDLEY MILLS SURGERY, CHURCH VIEW Surgery, WILLIAM HARVEY Surgery, KENT ELMS surgery, RAYLEIGH ROAD surgery and BELFAIRS Surgery. You can order by Email, repeat drop off, fax or telephone. We have recently become an ETP pharmacy allowing prescriptions to betransferredto us electronically. ASK in store for details. We will pick up the prescription from your surgery and have it ready for you to collect in the pharmacy between 7.am and midnight 12.00.

We have now acheived the HealthyLiving Pharmacy status.

At Audley Mills Pharmacy we pride our selves on providing a highlyprofessionaland efficient service.

We can also arrange for you to have it delivered by giving the pharmacy a call to arrange. We also provide Dispense NHS, Private and Veterinary Out of hours, late night chemist, open till midnight, open seven (7 days) a week. Free NHS health checks Smoking cessation service, - including both Nicotine replacement NRT and Champix on the NHS We provide Seasonal Flu jabs, Free blood pressure checks, diabetic monitoring and cholesterol monitoring Medication Reviews, New Medicines service allowing patients to get the best from any newly initiated medicine.

we stock a range off Disability aids. Supply under the C - Card scheme Incontinence and Stoma suppliers in Rayleigh Chlamydia testing Free Smoking cessation with both Nicotine Replacement Therapy NRT and Champix. Free Medication reviews Travel health advice Emergancy contraception Seasonal Flu jabs

55-57 Eastwood Road
01268 776479
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