Open Hours
Travel Clinic
We offer a comprehensive range of travel vaccination’s and malaria tablets
Passport/Visa Photo
Instantly printed while you wait
Yellow Fever Centre
Yellow fever is a viral infection that is spread by certain species of day biting mosquitos.
Repeat Prescriptions
Use our convenient online ordering service on your phone, tablet or pc. Get Reminders, Order 24/7, We keep you updated.
Emergency Hormonal Contraception (EHC)
Free morning after pill service
Minor Ailments
Treatments available under the Pharmacy First scheme
Private Prescriber Consultations
Private’s treatments available for Sore Throat, UTI’s, Back Pain, Period Delay etc.
Hajj & Umrah Vaccines
Vaccines for Hajj & Umrah visitors
Murray's Chemist & Travel Clinic
We are an independent NHS Community Pharmacy serving the people of Hackney.
About Our

Welcome to Murray's Chemist and Travel Clinic in Shoreditch/Hoxton. We are a family owned local community pharmacy and have been in the serving the local area for over 32 years. We dispense both NHS & Competitively priced Private Prescriptions.

We provide Free Morning After Pill (Levonelle, Ella One, Plan B), Smoking Cessation, Minor Ailments (Pharmacy First), Free Condom's, Needle Exchange and Healthy Start City & Hackney. For patient in the local vicinity we offer a FREE repeat prescription collection and delivery service to our patients from our local surgeries.
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On your Smartphone, Tablet or PC
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Get reminders so you don't order your prescriptions too late
Order wherever you are 24/7
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96-98 Murray Grove, Hoxton
Greater London
N1 7QP
020 7253 9859
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Premises GPhC Number:
Mr Chittal Patel (2208849)
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