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JP Pharmacy is a family run business based in the London Borough of Camden (North London) on Camden High Street, only a few minutes away from Camden Town tube station. Completely and sincerely dedicated to customer satisfaction, we have been providing private and NHS services to the local community for over 30 years. Over these 30 years the number of services we provide has increased, thus engaging clientele from several districts in the London Borough of Camden. These include Belsize Park, Bloomsbury, Primrose Hill, Gospel Oak and Hampstead Town to name a few. This means our repeat prescription ordering service is available for patients from all the surgeries in the local area.

We liaise with: James Wigg Practice, Ampthill Practice, Caversham Group Practice, Prince Of Wales Group Surgery, The Regents Park Practice, Queens Crescent Practice, Adelaide Medical Centre, Primrose Hill Surgery, Somers Town Medical Centre and many more.

Electronic prescriptions are now available from most surgeries and can be sent directly from your GP to our pharmacists for preparation. You will receive an SMS text message when your prescription is ready for collection, or alternatively, you may request to have this delivered to you if living within the local community. In addition to dispensing prescriptions, we also provide Monitored Dosage Systems, Medication Use Reviews, Emergency Hormonal Contraception (Levonelle, Morning After Pill), a Smoking Cessation Service, Disability Aids & Flu Vaccinations for NHS & Private patients.

Our newest service is a travel clinic which will allow patients to get their travel vaccinations at their convenience without the need for an appointment. Please feel free to get in touch with any questions you may have and we'll be more than happy to answer them for you.

J P Pharmacy, 139 Camden High Street
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