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Lees Road Pharmacy
We are a small group of Independent NHS Community Pharmacies serving the people in Lees Road Pharmacy places

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Lees Road Pharmacy
Lees Road Pharmacy is a chemist and NHS community Pharmacy on Lees Road in Oldham, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, OL4 1JP focused on providing free prescription collection from the following surgeries:

Lees Medical Practice, Alexandra Medical, Greenbank Medical, Jarvis Practice, The Chowdhury Practice, Oldham Family Practice Dr Perkins B, Dr Trewinnard, Dr Duru & Partner, Pennine MSK Partnership Ltd, Lindley Medical Practice, The Integrated Care Centre, Donald Wilde Medical Centre, John Street Medical Practice, Werneth Medical Practice, Dr Shah, Moorside medical practice, Saddleworth medical practice, Hopwood House surgery, Leesbrook Surgery, Dr Jalal practice, Sun Valley Medical, Danson Practice, St Mary's Medical, Springfield House, Jalal Practice, Woodlands Medical, Hilltop Surgery, Langham House, Village Practice.

We also offer free prescription delivery to OL1, OL2,OL3,OL4,OL5,OL6,OL7,OL8,OL9,OL10,OL11,OL12,OL13,OL14,OL15,OL16, SK14,SK15,SK16. We also provide Free Blood pressure and Free Sugar/diabetes checks.

We also have over 8000 items to purchase from our website with big discounts and better prices than supermarkets and other online pharmacies.
280-282 Lees Road
0161 624 3529
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Registered in : England
Company registration : 1033763
Superintendent Pharmacist : Amir Wahid Ikhlas
(GPhC no. 2072114)
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