Cliffe Avenue Pharmacy, 1 Cliffe Avenue, Baildon, Shipley
BD17 6NX - Tel/Fax: 01274 593274
FREE PRESCRIPTION COLLECTION/DELIVERY SERVICE
OUR PRIORITY IS CUSTOMER
WELCOME TO CLIFFE AVENUE PHARMACY
Operated by resident pharmacist Mohammed Naseem for over 13 years, we are
an independent pharmacy offering the very best possible service to all our clients.
In our modern premises, we are able to provide traditional NHS dispensing
alongside a wide range of other services and products.
Our dispensing service includes collection of the prescription from the GP's
surgery and, where appropriate, delivery of the dispensed items to your door.
This is an ideal service for the housebound or those who cannot get to the pharmacy
We are also able to order repeat prescriptions for you, which is a service
we offer to help make modern life that little bit easier. You fill in a simple
form with us, and we make sure we order your repeat prescription before your
last one runs out.
Emergency contraception can be given on the premises with a current NHS prescription,
and pregnancy testing is also available in store.
In store we carry a full range of cosmetics and toiletries from some of the
leading brands, all of which are available at competitive prices.
A range of homeopathic medicines is also available, and we are always happy
to give help and advice on any of our products.
We stock equipment for diabetics and aids for the disabled, and we are able
to order any items we don't have in stock easily and speedily. We supply
Stoma appliances and associated products.
We are open Monday-Friday, 9 am-1 pm and 2 pm-6.30 pm.
We look forward to seeing you!
Make the most of your Pharmacist...
...for dispensed medicines
The pharmacy is where you go for medicines and for
the pharmacist's advice on how to take them. Pharmacists are trusted health professionals
whose job is to help people to get the best out of their medicines. They know
exactly what's in your medicine and will be happy to answer any questions. You
can be sure that your pharmacist will see that your medicine is at the right
strength, in the right dose and will check that you know how to take or use it
properly. They will also cross reference any other drugs you are currently taking.
Many pharmacists now offer a prescription collection and delivery service.
If you're feeling off-colour, but don't feel ill enough to go to
the doctor, ask your pharmacist for advice. Pharmacists have been trained to
offer helpful, easy-to-understand advice on the treatment of everyday minor ailments
for yourself and all the family, anything from headaches and coughs and colds,
to cold sores or dermatitis.
Your pharmacist will know when medical help is needed, and will not hesitate
to refer you to your doctor if your symptoms demand it. Often, however, an over-the-counter
remedy will be all you need, and it's worth remembering that pharmacies offer
far more medicines than any other outlets. That's because many of today's
effective non-prescription medicines can only be supplied under the supervision
of a pharmacist, which means they are only available at a pharmacy. Remember,
too, that you can talk to your pharmacist in confidence, even about the most
personal symptoms. Like doctors, pharmacists have a professional code which means
all personal information you give them will be treated in the strictest confidence.
All the more reason to make the most of your local pharmacist!