Access travel vaccinations, up-to-date health advice, and information ahead of your travels.
Easily handle your repeat prescriptions by registering and using our simple online form.
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Here at Barkerhouse Pharmacy we offer a personal service to our community, meaning that your prescription is delivered by one of our staff, to your door. Register today to have your prescription delivered.
Our pharmacists at Barkerhouse Pharmacy are fully trained to administer travel vaccinations of all types and prescribe antimalarial medication. Register today for your vaccinations.
One of our passions here at Barkerhouse Pharmacy, is providing medication for Care Home / Assisted Living settings and we do this using a specialised Biodose system. Register and learn more about how we can aid these settings.
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“My best wishes to you all at the Pharmacy for looking after me, since I moved back from Hastings at the end of February. Words are not enough to show my gratitude.”