Pharmacies in Berkshire - Address and Contact


50 Pharmacies found, showing 41 - 50
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Superdrug Pharmacy
Location: 292 Farnham Road, Slough
Berkshire, SL1 4XL

Phone: 01753 521934
Website: http://www.superdrug.com
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Superdrug Pharmacy
Location: 55-59 Broad Street, Reading
Berkshire, RG1 2AF

Phone: 01189 599772
Website: http://www.superdrug.com
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Superdrug Pharmacy
Location: 36-38 Brock Lane Mall, Nicholsons Centre, Maidenhead
Berkshire, SL6 1LL

Phone: 01628 623246
Website: http://www.superdrug.com
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Superdrug Pharmacy
Location: 81-82 Northbrook Street, Newbury
Berkshire, RG14 1AE

Phone: 0163540950
Website: http://www.superdrug.com
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Tesco Instore Pharmacy
Location: Tesco Pharmacy, Napier Road, Reading
Berkshire, RG1 8DF

Phone: 03456 779573
Website: NA
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The Village Pharmacy
Location: 45 Mercian Way, Slough, Berkshire
Berkshire, SL1 5ND

Phone: 01628 663690
Website: NA
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Theale Pharmacy
Location: 27 High Street, Theale, Reading
Berkshire, RG7 5AH

Phone: 01189 302542
Website: NA
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Vantage Chemist
Location: 231 Shinfield Road, Reading
Berkshire, RG2 8HD

Phone: 01189 872850
Website: http://pillboxchemists.co.uk/
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Village Pharmacy
Location: 7 Eton Wick Road, Eton Wick, Windsor
Berkshire, SL4 6LT

Phone: 01753 863575
Website: NA
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Woodland Park Pharmacy
Location: Waltham Road, Woodland Park, Maidenhead
Berkshire, SL6 3NH

Phone: 01628 822891
Website: NA
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Pharmacies

There are 50 Pharmacies in Berkshire. Pharmacists play a key role in providing quality healthcare. They are expert in medicines, and use their clinical expertise, together with their practical knowledge to advise you on common problems, such as coughs, colds, aches and pains, as well as healthy eating and stopping smoking. Pharmacists can also help you decide whether you need to see a health professional. All pharmacists have to be registered with the regulatory body for pharmacy professionals, the General Pharmaceutical Council. Pharmacies provide the services like dispensing, repeat dispensing, disposal of unwanted or out-of-date medicines and advice on treatment of minor conditions and healthy living. You can talk to your pharmacist in confidence, even about the most personal symptoms, and you don't need to make an appointment. It's possible to walk into any community pharmacy and ask to speak with the pharmacist.


What are GPs? : GP stands for 'General Practitioner' who can deal with all type of medical conditions and mainly treats acute (short duration) and chronic (diseases that lasts for more than three months) illnesses. GPs provide routine health care checkups like physical examinations, vaccinations, simple surgical operations etc. They also provide advice on diet and smoking, preventive care and health education to patients.
GPs are not specialized in any one particular area. So, if they can't deal with any particular medical condition, they refer the patient to the specialized hospital for tests, treatment, or to see a consultant with specialist knowledge.

What is a GP Practice? : GPs usually work in practices (a physical location / clinic) as part of a team that includes nurses, healthcare assistants, practice managers, receptionists and other staff. Practices also work closely with other healthcare professionals, such as health visitors, midwives, mental health services and social care services. GP practices should make information about their services easily available to their patients. Our website also provide detailed information about General Practices which is easy to comprehend and freely accessible.

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