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Welcome to Asif's New Pharmacy located at 247-251 London Road, Hadleigh , Benfleet, Essex, SS7 2RF. We are a chemist and NHS community pharmacy proud to serve the local community and focused on providing the highest level of service in Hadleigh, Thundersley, North and South Benfleet,Rayleigh, Two Tree Island and surrounding areas.

We provide free prescription collection from Hollies Surgery, 41 Rectory Road, Hadleigh, Essex, SS7 2NA , Dr Patel Surgery 85 Hart Road, Thundersley, Essex, SS7 3PR, Essex Way Surgery 34 Essex Way, Benfleet, Essex SS7 1LT, Highlands Surgery 1643 London Road , Leigh On Sea, Essex, SS9 2SQ, Rushbottom Lane Surgery 91 Rushbottom Lane, South Benfleet, Benfleet SS7 4EA, High Road Family Doctors 119 High Rd, South Benfleet, Benfleet SS7 5LN, Valkyrie Surgery, 50 Valkyrie Road, Westcliff-On-Sea, Essex SS0 8BU and  Leigh Primary Care Centre, 918 London Road , Leigh-On-Sea, Essex, SS9 3NG and free prescription delivery to local postcodes SS7 2RF and some others, please contact us for further details.

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