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Blackwells Chemist

Welcome to Blackwells Chemist

Blackwells Chemist and Travel Clinic is situated in the heart of Beckenham, Borough of Bromley at 245 Croydon Road, BR3 3PS. Excellent transport links allow for easy access across London from Beckenham Junction, Clock house, Penge, Elmers End and Eden Park rail stations alongside a multiplicity of local buses and trams. We are situated just 300m from Beckenham Beacon Hospital. Established in 1983, we have been around for 30 years in the current hand, providing excellence care and personal professional advice.Over time, we have secured ourselves to thousands of patients as "their long term family pharmacist" due to our specialist advice, care and attention served and tailored to each and every patient and their needs.

Blackwells Chemist is the place to be for all of your pharmacy and travel clinic needs. We are located in Beckenham, with great road, rail and tram links to London and the South East.

Situated just a short walk from Beckenham Beacon Hospital, we have been serving the community for over 30 years. Many refer to Blackwells Chemist as their “long term family pharmacist”, and our specialist medical advice, care and attention aims to serve each and every patient and all their needs.

Our pharmacy provides both NHS and Private Services to the community. We have over 8000 items available for purchase on our website (www.blackwellschemist.co.uk) with big discounts and highly competitive online prices to match or beat supermarkets and other on-line suppliers.

Our Pharmacy works closely with the community and local health care professionals to make a positive and caring contribution. Our team of qualified Dispensing Technicians, Health Care Assistants & Pharmacists are extensively trained, and offer help and advice on various services including:

  1. Free Chlamydia testing and treatment,
  2. Emergency Hormonal Contraceptive,

Our Staff all live locally and therefore understand and serve the needs of the community with great professional care. Our highly trained and experienced Pharmacists provide enhanced NHS services including;

  1. Supervised consumption of prescribed medicines service,>
  2. NMS – New Medicines Service
  3. MUR – Medicines Use Review,
  4. NHS Health Checks,
  5. Travel Clinics and Vaccinations,
  6. Seasonal Flu Vaccinations,
  7. Family Planning advice and many more.
  8. Repeat prescriptions
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Repeat Prescriptions

You can order online or by calling the pharmacy. We provide a FREE local home delivery service within BR2, BR3, BR4 postcodes for customers who are housebound or live in warden-controlled accommodation or for local patients, who are unable to pick up their medication, so please contact us for more information and available delivery times.

We collect prescriptions from the following surgeries: Addington Road Surgery, Anerley Surgery, Cornerway Surgery, Cator Surgery, Eden Park Surgery, Elm House Surgery, St James Practice, Oakfield Surgery, Park Group Practice, Pickhurst Surgery, Robin Hood Partnership, Station Road Surgery, The Surgery (Croydon Road), The Surgery (Manor Road), Wickham Park Practice, The Surgery (Anerley).

Electronic Prescriptions

We now run an electronic link with your surgeries to provide a more efficient practical service to patients and customers. If your surgery is not on the list above then please contact us and we can discuss possibilities and potential special arrangements to collect your prescription depending on the location.

Other Services

In store, we offer a wide variety of services and personalised lifestyle advice as well as instant passport photographs while you wait, photograph development, disability care centre, private consultations and a fully qualified and tailored Travel and Vaccination Clinic

A Complete Range of Travel Immunisation & Vaccinations Stocked and Available at a Time to Suit You.

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A Revolutionary New "Inch-Loss" Laser Lipolysis Treatment Clinic to Sculpt Your Body into Your Dream Figure.

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Free Ear Piercing when You Purchase an Earring of Your Choice at a Time to Suite You.

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Store your Repeat Prescription Online, Get Reminders & Order 24/7 at your Convenience.

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A Full Range of Solutions for Your Sensitive Issues. Private & Confidential with No Prescription Needed

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A Wealth of NHS Services Supported by a Wide Range of Private On-Demand Services

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Blackwells Chemist 245 Croydon Road
Greater London
0208 650 0417
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