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Carleton-In-Craven Pharmacy
We are an independent NHS Community Pharmacy serving the people of Carleton.
Carleton-In-Craven Pharmacy

Carleton-In-Craven Pharmacy is your local independent NHS community pharmacy that aims to offer a friendly, efficient, helpful and patient focused pharmacy service.

We provide a free prescription collection service from Dyneley House Surgery, Fisher Medical Centre, Grassington Medical Centre, Cross Hills Health Centre and Silsden Health Centre, and our comprehensive and reliable free prescription delivery service brings medicines straight to the doors of our patients in Carleton, Skipton, Bradley, Embsay and surrounding areas.

We pride ourselves on maintaining the correct stock levels, so that we rarely need to owe you anything. We also use a large number of suppliers which means that we can usually source hard to obtain medicines.

We also offer a range of services such as free blood pressure and diabetes checks, and we are also able to offer free flu vaccinations (for patients over 65 or in at risk groups), or privately if you are not eligible for a free vaccination.

If you need any help or advice about your medicines or any minor ailments please contact us on 01756 709712, or call in and see us at Carleton-In-Craven Pharmacy, West Road, Carleton-In-Craven, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 3DT.

Old Cobblers Cottage, West Road,
North Yorkshire
BD23 3DT
01756 709712
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