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Alfa Chemists Ltd is a chemists and NHS community pharmacy group operating in Leicestershire, Birmingham and Uppingham.

Ashdale Pharmacy a branch of Alfa Chemists Ltd operating in Uppingham provides free prescription collection service from Uppingham Surgery and Dr C Mcelrey, and free prescription delivery to many districts within the Uppingham LE15 area. We also provide Emergency Hormonal Contraception, Smoking Cessation/ NRT, Flu vaccination / Meningitis/Hep B

Safys Chemist a branch of Alfa Chemists Ltd operating Melton Road Leicester, provides free prescription collection service from Dr JKV and Partners, KS Morjaria, Belgrave Surgery, East Park Road Medical centre, Dr R Thakor&Partners, Spinney Hill Medical Centre, Dr B Modi, Brandon St Surgery, Dr Gandecha, The Practise Rushy Mead, Thurmaston Health Centre, Dr Sangita Ravat, Asquith Surgery, Dr A.J Greer, Humberston Medical Centre, Hilltop Surgery, St Mathews Health and Community, Birstall Medical Centre, Syston Health Centre, Dr S Shafi, Silverdale Medical Centre, The Willows Medical Centre, The Practice, SSAFA Health Centre, Dr Kamal Hoque, Dr Thakor and DR RP Archer and free prescription delivery to many districts within the LE1 LE2 LE3 LE4 LE5 postcodes. We also provide Emergency Hormonal Contraception, Smoking Cessation/NRT, Flu vaccination/Meningitis/Hep B, Chlamydia screening and test, HI-Plyroi and BP Testing.

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