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We are an independent NHS Community Pharmacy serving the people of Alcester.
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DELIVER my MEDS Pharmacy
We are an independent NHS Community Pharmacy serving the people of Alcester.
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DELIVER my MEDS Pharmacy

Based in the heart of rural Warwickshire; we are centrally located making it easier to offer a service to the entire country. DELIVER my MEDS pharmacy offers free prescription and delivery to all areas of the country using contemporary technology to handle both regular and electronic prescriptions. A friendly team of drivers will both collect and deliver within the catchment area of selected Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Birmingham and Solihull surgeries while fast and efficient couriers will deliver items safely to all other areas of the country at a time convenient to you.

Below is a list of surgeries our team of drivers visit on a regular basis*:

Alcester Health Centre, Fields Park Drive, Alcester, B49 6QR. Tel: 01789763060

The Arrow Surgery, Fields Park Drive, Alcester, B49 6QR. Tel: 01789763293
Bidford on Avon Health Centre, Stratford Road, Bidford-on-Avon, B50 4LX. Tel: 01789773372

Grey Gable Surgery, High St, Inkberrow, WR7 4BW. Tel: 01386793007

Arden Medical Centre, Albany Road, Stratford Upon Avon, CV37 6PG. Tel: 01789414942

Rother House Medical Centre, Alcester Road, Stratford Upon Avon, CV37 6PP. Tel: 01789269386

Trinity Court Surgery, Arden Street, Stratford Upon Avon, CV37 6HJ. Tel: 01789292895

Bridge House Medical Centre, Scholars Lane, Stratford Upon Avon, CV37 6HE. Tel: 01789292201

Pool Medical Centre, Pool Road, Studley, B80 7QU. Tel: 01527853671

The Ridgeway Surgery, 6-8 Feckenham Road, Astwood Bank Redditch, B96 6DS. Tel: 01527892418

Demontfort Medical Centre, Burford Road, Evesham, WR11 3HD. Tel: 01386443333

Abbey Medical Centre, Abbey Lane, Evesham, WR11 4BS. Tel: 01386761111

Merstow Green Medical Practice, Abbey Lane, Evesham, WR11 4BS. Tel: 01386765600

Riverside Surgery, Waterside, Evesham, WR11 1JP. Tel: 01386444400

* Collection of prescriptions, returned medication and delivery of medicines are all FREE of charge.

We also specialise in the delivery of medication to a number of care homes in the region. As part of our service to care homes we also offer regular medication visits, training, medication reviews and interaction with the patients we serve.


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12/07/2014
Nadhim Zahawi MP Visit 11/07/14
Was great to share business ideas locally with Mr Nadhim Zahawi MP Stratford Upon Avon 11/07/14.
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05/06/2014
Online Doctor
We are pleased to announce that the Online Dr service is now live on the DELmyMEDS site. We offer online consultations solely for conditions where we can make a safe diagnosis. Our doctors can prescribe a wide range of treatments online using a tried and tested consultation solution which has been...
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20/05/2014
DELmyMEDS Warwickshire Premises Opening
On 25/02/14 DELmyMEDS officially opened its Warwickshire branch for trading to complement it's successful online business. The new premises should allow us to expand the range of services we offer in order to grow; yet have the power to adapt based on the changing need of pharmacy and primary...
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Right Hand Grafton House, Bulls Head Yard
Alcester
Warwickshire
B49 5BX
01789 507330
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Qamar Khan
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