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Park Lane Pharmacy

Welcome to Park Lane Pharmacy

Welcome to Park Lane Pharmacy. As a registered UK pharmacy with over 20 years experience you can trust us with your healthcare needs. We are a family-run, independent pharmacy with a strong relationship in our local community based on trust and great customer service.

Our pharmacy is located in Hornchurch, at the beginning of Park Lane and we provide a wide range of services. We order and collect prescriptions from many surgeries in our area, including Brentwood Road Medical Centre, The New Medical Centre, Western Road Medical Centre and Hornchurch Healthcare Centre. We also deliver to our most vulnerable patients, serving Romford, Hornchurch, Upminster and Collier Row.

In addition, we provide free healthcare advice, blood pressure monitoring, inhaler technique reviews and blood glucose monitoring. We also provide the flu jab service in the winter.

Our goal is to be the best pharmacy in the community, and we have done this by creating an environment that both patients and staff enjoy coming to and would recommend. Our values include providing impeccable customer service, always going that extra mile and service with a smile! Your health is our business, and it's our pleasure to serve the community to the best of our ability!

We welcome any general comments about the service we provide and any suggestions of ways in which we can improve our services to you!

1 Park Lane, Hornchurch
Greater London
RM11 1BB
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Rukshana Dudhia (2030423)
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