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Although small, we have a vision for our future and a clear philosophy which guides the way in which we intend to develop over the coming years. Delmergate Ltd started trading in 1986, since then the company has grown considerably and we now operate pharmacies situated in hospitals and adjacent to health centres as well as local retail parades 

Our pharmacies are based throughout the north / north east area of Kent, from Medway right through to the Herne Bay area. 

Delmergate Ltd employs over 80 staff, all our staff are trained to meet the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain’s standards, (NVQ levels 2 & 3). Our staff attend continuing professional development throughout the year. 

Delmergate Ltd works closely with the local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG's) to ensure we are continually providing the local communities surrounding our pharmacies with the services they require. 

Recently pharmacies have been able to provide many new additional services to enable patients to have a greater choice and access to healthcare in their area. 

Depending on the location of our pharmacy, patients can access our Stop Smoking Service (Smoking Cessation), Weight Management Scheme and Anti-coagulant medicines supply / Anti-coagulant testing. 

All our pharmacies dispense NHS and Private Prescriptions and provide Medicines Use Reviews (MUR’s).

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