Borno Chemists - Braintree (bank Street), Essex


Borno Chemists - Braintree (bank Street) is a pharmacy located at 9 Bank Street, Braintree, Essex, CM7 1UG. You can reach out to the office of Borno Chemists - Braintree (bank Street) via phone at 01376 325190. Services provided by Borno Chemists - Braintree (bank Street) are New medicine service, Private consultation room, Prescription collection from local General Practices, Seasonal flu vaccination service (at risk groups), Inhaler recycling. It offers Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) which allows you to get your medicines with out the need of paper prescription. Essex Area Team is the commissioner of Borno Chemists - Braintree (bank Street).

Contact Information

9 Bank Street, Braintree
Essex, CM7 1UG
01376 325190

Pharmacy Profile

Borno Chemists - Braintree (bank Street) address, phone number, fax number, website, email etc. details are mentioned as below. Patients can call on the below given phone number for appointments.
NameBorno Chemists - Braintree (bank Street)
Organization codeFY087
Address9 Bank Street, Braintree
Essex, CM7 1UG
Phone number01376 325190
Fax number01376 325190
Websitehttp://www.borno-chemists.com
Emailbank.st@borno-chemists.com
Electronic Prescription ServiceAvailable
CommissionerEssex Area Team

Opening times

Borno Chemists - Braintree (bank Street) opening timing for reception and surgery are as mentioned below for complete week. Patients can book their appointments accordingly.
Monday09:00-19:00
Tuesday09:00-19:00
Wednesday09:00-19:00
Thursday09:00-19:00
Friday09:00-19:00
Saturday09:00-13:00
No additional timinigs available



Pharmacy Services

Borno Chemists - Braintree (bank Street) have following services at their center and they provide below mentioned services to the patients.

Services

New medicine servicePrivate consultation room
Prescription collection from local General PracticesSeasonal flu vaccination service (at risk groups)
Inhaler recyclingPrescription delivery service
Appointment booking for consultations not requiredAppointment booking available for consultations
Public HealthMedicines use review (MUR) service

NHS Services

Chlamydia screening and treatmentEmergency contraception
Condom supplyVaccination service
Stop smoking serviceMedication review service
NHS Health CheckSupervised consumption of medicines
Stop smoking voucher service

Non-NHS Services

Emergency contraceptionHealthcheck
Seasonal flu vaccination service (not at risk groups)Blood pressure monitoring

Facilities

Borno Chemists - Braintree (bank Street) has following accessibility facilities available which can be availed by incoming patients.
Accessibility
Signing service available Yes
Step free access Yes
Wheelchair access Yes

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