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All Pearl Chemist Group pharmacies offer a range of comprehensive NHS services.

With over 14 branches across South London, covering Earlsfield, Tooting, Mitcham, Morden, Banstead, Kingston and Wimbledon, we make every effort to ensure optimal customer care and service.

Help with your medicines

Pharmacists can answer your questions on prescription and over-the-counter medicines.

All pharmacies provide the following services:

  • dispensing of NHS prescriptions
  • access to the repeat prescription service (with agreement from your GP)
  • an emergency supply of medicine (subject to the decision of the pharmacist)
  • non-prescription medicines like paracetamol
  • disposal of unwanted or out-of-date medicines
  • advice on treating minor health concerns and healthy living

Pharmacy technicians can help with things like:

  • inhaler technique
  • how to take a medicine safely
  • helping you understand the correct dose of a new medicine and how often you need to take it

Repeat prescriptions

Please click here for further information on repeat dispensing.
To order a repeat prescription click here.

Minor illnesses

Our Pharmacists can give treatment advice about a range of common conditions and minor injuries, such as:

  • aches and pains
  • sore throat
  • coughs
  • colds
  • flu
  • earache
  • cystitis
  • skin rashes
  • teething
  • red eye

If you want to buy an over-the-counter medicine, the pharmacist and their team can help you choose. You can also buy from the comfort of your home from our online pharmacy – www.pearlchemistgroup.co.uk.

New Medicine Service

The New Medicine Service is available to give you extra help and advice if you're just starting on a new medicine for one of the following conditions:

  • asthma
  • chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • type 2 diabetes
  • high blood pressure
  • people who have been given a new blood-thinning medicine

Learn more about the New Medicine Service.

Medicines Use Review

You can make an appointment with a pharmacist for a more detailed consultation called a Medicines Use Review also referred to as MUR. Please click here for further information on this service.

Disposing of old medicines

If your medicine is out of date, unwanted, or some of it is left over after you have stopped taking it, don't put it in your household bin or flush it down the toilet. Instead, take it to your pharmacy to be disposed of safely.