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Welcome to Murray's Chemist & Travel Clinic

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.

Our Prescribing Pharmacist is able to offer private consultations, blood tests and prescriptions for numerous conditions such as Back Pain, Urinary Tract Infections (UTI's), Period Delay, Hair Loss, Erectile Dysfunction, Strep A (Sore Throat Test) and Weight Loss.

We are located minutes from the German Visa Centre in Hoxton and offer instant passport photo's for all Visa/Passport/Driving Licence applications. Our walk in travel clinic offers all travel vaccinations for children, students, backpackers, business travellers adults to Africa. South America, Asia, Europe, North America, Pacific and Caribbean.

We keep including Yellow Fever, Rabies, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis A, Meningitis B, Chicken Pox, Meningitis ACWY, Typhoid, Cholera, Japanese Encephalitis, Shingles and Flu Vaccinations. We are also able to support travellers with treatments for Travel Sickness & Altitude Sickness for climbers. We are also able to offer last minute appointments for patients who need to travel urgently. We also offer advice on Malaria Tablets for prevention and prophylaxis. We keep in stock Malarone, Larium and Doxycycline so you can walk away with your medication on the same day without waiting.

We have an in house vitamin's advisor who can advise from our large range of Vitamins & Probiotics, including Halal & Vegan. As a family we have been serving the local communities of Hoxton, Shoreditch, Islington, Hackney, Bank, Barbican, Angel, Farringdon, St Paul's, Broadgate, Liverpool Street, Moorgate for over 32 years.

We also operate a Post Office which is open 6 days a week from within the Pharmacy premises which provides Money Gram, Travel Money, Mail Forwarding, Postage of Mail, Return of Online Parcels etc. We are a 5 minute walk away from Old Street station and Moorfield's Eye Hospital. Easily accessible from local post codes such as N1, EC1,EC2, EC3, SE1, W1, WC1, WC2, EC2H. We are planning to introduce Botox and Dermal Fillers very soon. Please contact us for further information.

96-98 Murray Grove, Hoxton
Greater London
N1 7QP
020 7253 9859
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