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New EPOS TILLS and Repeat Management Scripts software coming soon.....
We will shortly be implementing new computer systems in the Pharmacy for both the front of shop AND the Dispensary .
This will help us to deliver a more efficient service to our customers and hope you will all benefit from this shortly
We would like to apologise for any delay that may occur while...
When your prescription items will normally be ready
Our Electronic script service is now working well and we are all slowly getting used to a new way of working..
However, please note that your script requests will still need to be ordered at least a couple of days before you run out of your medicines as we need this time difference to process your...
Allesley Village Surgery goes live this week.
Hi all, just a note to let you all know that the local GP surgery in the Village will be going live with electronic prescribing this week, so please make sure that you order your medicines a few days earlier than normal as there may be a few slight teething problems, but hope to minimise these as...
Look out for our leaflets through your doors very soon...
Hi all... just to let you all know that we are having a large leaflet drop over the coming week, highlighting the services we currently provide at the new look pharmacy.
We would love to have your feedback on this and any other issues you may like to mention.
Our New Website goes live...
Our NEW website went live on 22nd January 2015.
We have recently undergone an extensive refit in store and hope that you visit us soon to see for yourself .I would urge as many of our customers to register (either online or by calling us on 02476-404177 or even better by popping in) and fill our...
132 - 134 Birmingham Road, Allesley Village Coventry West Midlands CV5 9HA
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New continuous cough and/or
loss or change to your sense of smell or taste
For most people, coronavirus (COVID-19) will be a mild illness If you have coronavirus symptoms:
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For anyone in the household who starts displaying symptoms, they need to stay at home for 7 days from when the symptoms appeared, regardless of what day they are on in the original 14 day isolation period. (See ending isolation section below for more information
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