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Sep 2014
Prescription Collection - Telford

Kitching's Chemist can collect your prescription from the following medicial practices in Telford:

Charlton Medical Centre

Lion Street
Oakengates

Church Close Surgery

Church Close
Madeley

Dawley Medical Practice

Webb House
King Street
Dawley

Donnington Medical Practice

The Health Centre
Wrekin Drive
Donnington

Hollinswood Practice

Downmead
Hollinswood

Holliwell Practice

Deercote
Hollinswood

Ironbridge Medical Practice

Trinity Hall
Dale Road
Coalbrookdale

Lawley Medical Practice

Farriers Green
Lawley Bank

Leegomery Medical Practice

27 Lawton Farm Way
Leegomery

Linden Hall

Station Road
Newport

Madeley Medical Practice

Madeley Health Centre
Church Street
Madeley

Oakengates Medical Practice

27 Limes Walk
Oakengates

Shawbirch Medical Practice

5 Acorn Way
Shawbirch

Shifnal And Priorslee Surgery

Gatcombe Way

Priorslee

Stirchley Medical Practice

Sandino Road
Stirchley

Sutton Hill Medical Practice

The Medical Centre
Maythorne Close
Sutton Hill

The Hadley Health Centre

High Street
Hadley

The Surgery, Newport

Wellington Road
Newport

Trinity Healthcare Centre

Dale Acre Way
Hollinswood

Wellington Medical Practice

The Health Centre
Wellington

Malling Health – Wrekin

Princess Royal Hospital
Apley Castle
Apley

We can then have your prescription ready for you to collect from our pharmacy in Limes Walk, Oakengates or we can deliver to you at home or work free of charge.

If you would like to start using Kitching's Chemist just inform your Doctors that Kitching's will be collecting your prescription then call us on 01952 612964 and let us do the rest.

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23-25 Limes Walk,Telford
Telford
Shropshire
TF2 6EP
0195 261 2964
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Premises GPhC Number
1036065
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Diane Kitching (2052344)
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