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Applegate Pharmacy is a chemist and NHS community pharmacy on Alfreton Road in Radford, Nottingham City NG7 3NS focused on providing FREE prescription ordering, and collection from Radford Health Centre, St Lukes Surgery, Radford Medical Practice, Sunrise Medical Practice, Derby Road Health Centre, Grange Farm Medical Centre, Mayfield Medical Practice, Greenfields Medical Centre, Fairfields Practice, The Forest Practice, Highgreen Medical Practice , Meadows Health Centre, Bridgeway Practice, Deer Park Family Medical Practice, Wollaton Vale Health Centre, Wollaton Park Medical Centre, Beechdale Medical Group - Boulevard Medical Centre, Sherwood Rise Medical Centre, Continence Advisory Service Sherwood Rise Health Centre and NEMS Platform ONE Practice Station Street and Upper Parliament Street Surgery.

We provide FREE prescription delivery to people living in Radford, Arboretum, Hockley, Hyson Green, Forest Fields, St Ann's, West Bridgeford, The Park, Beechdale, Whitemoor, Aspley, Carrington, Mapperley, Sherwood, Nuthall, Bulwell, Bestwood, Day Brook, Wood Thorpe, Wollaton, Bilborough, Lenton Abbey, Bramcote, Beeston, Strelley and The Meadows and throughout the NG1, NG2, NG3, NG4, NG5, NG6, NG7, NG8, NG9 postcodes.

We also provide Electronic Prescription Service (EPS), Minor Ailments Service - Pharmacy First, Medicines Use Review (MUR), New Medicine Service (NMS), Emergency Hormonal Contraception - Oral Emergency Contraception (morning after pill), Chlamydia Treatment, Substance of Misuse Service (buprenorphine and methadone supply), C-Card Scheme (free condoms), Flu Vaccination (winter flu jab NHS and private) and Summary Care Records available (GP / doctor patient summary records) and have over 15000 items available for purchase on our website with big discounts and better prices than supermarkets and other online pharmacies.
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