Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 17 September 2014

Weekend chemist rota

Urgent prescriptions will be dispensed at any of the following addresses between noon and 1pm tomorrow.

Belfast

R McMullan, 165 Lisburn Road.

Falls Pharmacy, 4 Springfield Road.

Belfast Co-op Chemists, 161 Crumlin Road.

R J G McDonald, 81 Castlereagh Road.



Additional on-call service: Prescriptions marked URGENT will be dispensed between 7pm and 7am every night. Telephone Belfast (028) 9066 8246 for pharmacist on duty.



Armagh

D G McKenna and C Quinn, 63-65 Thomas Street, noon-1pm.



Ballycastle

M A McMullan, 39 Castle Street, noon-1pm.



Banbridge

Gordons Chemists, 45 Newry Street, 5-6pm.



Ballymena

Woodsides Chemists, 38 Church Street, noon-1pm and 4-5pm.



Carrickfergus

J V Primrose, 16 High Street, 12.30-1.30pm.



Coleraine

Dalys Chemist, Safeway Shopping Centre, 1-6pm.



Comber

Parker Pharmacy, The Medicine Centre, 2 The Square, 11am-1pm.

M & J Horner, 16 The Square, 11am-noon.



Cookstown

Bairds Chemists, 35 James Street, noon-1pm.



Downpatrick

Down Perfumery, 35 Market Street, noon-1pm.



Dungannon

Medichem, 3 Castle Court, Thomas Street, noon-1pm.



Enniskillen

Donaldson and Lee, 28 Belmore Street, 6-7.30pm.



Glengormley

Hightown Pharmacy, 312 Antrim Road, 2-4pm.



Larne

Larne Chemists, Health Centre, noon-1pm.



Limavady

Lloyds Pharmacy, 3 Parkland Shopping Centre, Main Street, 5-6pm.



Lisburn

Pond Park Pharmacy, 2 A Ballymacash Road, noon-1pm.



Lurgan

Bairds Chemists, 9c High Street (Moore's Lane), 6-7pm.



Maghera

J B Harkin, 112 Upper Main Street, noon-1pm.



Magherafelt

Diamond Pharmacy, 1 Meeting Street, noon-1pm and 5-5.30pm..



Newcastle

Gordons Chemists, 16 Railway Street, noon-1pm.



Newry

P Lane, 1 Monaghan Street, 6-7.30pm.



Newtownards

Boots the Chemist, Newtownards Shopping Centre, 1-5pm.



Omagh

Kelly's Chemist, 41 High Street, noon-1pm.



Portadown

Boots the Chemist, 3-7 West Street, 11am-noon.



Strabane

Colhoun Chemists, 11 Castle Street, 6-7.30pm

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