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Dr Graham Stretch, our Prescribing Pharmacist

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Never put your faith in a packet of pills.
Put it into the qualifications of the people who prescribe them.
That's our firm belief.
At the head of our company we are fully qualified NHS pharmacists.
Qualified to prescribe.
And qualified to dispense.

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Express Pharmacy Reviews

At Express Pharmacy, we take customer service seriously and we are proud of the great feedback we've received from our customers.

11 Hour(s) ago

Very speedy service. Exactly what I needed. Will definitely use again if need be.

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46 Hour(s) ago

Immediate dispatch, excellent, reliable service. Thank you.

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22-May-2016

Arrived in two days amazing

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