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Staveley Pharmacy

About Staveley Pharmacy

Staveley Pharmacy has been established for over 45 years.  We are on Main Street, right in the heart of the village.  Owned by Anothai and Lorna Chareunsy, we pride ourselves in giving professional and excellent customer service at all times.

All pharmacies must conduct annual patient surveys.  Since their introduction, our patients have consistently rated us as ‘Excellent’.  Listening to and actioning your feedback shows our commitment to maintaining these standards.  In fact, your feedback has helped us increase the number of professional services we have to offer.

We do much more than just dispense medicines.  In addition, we probably offer the most comprehensive range of NHS and Private healthcare services in the area.  This includes HIV Rapid tests, Flu vaccinations as well as a very busy Travel Clinic.  Please click HERE to see our full range of services.

Our fully trained staff can give you confidential, expert advice and treatment for a range of common illnesses and complaints.  Furthermore, many of our professional services are free of charge.

We aim to keep Staveley Pharmacy at the top of the list for your healthcare needs.

Happy Customers

What our customers say

“Thank you Staveley Pharmacy for the way in which you dealt with my dad’s prescription following our call to NHS111.  It was very much appreciated.”

A Hames

“Didn’t have my prescription in stock due to suppliers being out of stock, so rang round other chemists in the area. When no luck the owner rang GP to get the prescription changed for a similar alternative. Stayed open late whilst waiting for GP to get back in touch. Incredible service and very much appreciated thank you.”

M Wardle

“Prompt and organised team, a huge and valuable range of services, from medication to health checks, and equipment. Staveley Pharmacy is most valued by the District nursing team.”

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