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Borders Pharmacy are a small independent chain of two Pharmacies located in the Borders region of Scotland. We have a Pharmacy in Hawick and Galashiels. We aim to support our communities and provide a fast, easy to use service for all. We offer a free collection and delivery service for patients, to help ease some of the hassle from ordering, collecting and picking up your prescriptions. We hope you enjoy and take advantage of the service we offer, and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries, suggestions or complaints.

We are always looking for ways to help improve our services to you. Through our interventions and medication management protocols, we’re doing more than just providing medication. We care about your well-being, and aim to do everything in our power in order to make sure you’re receiving the treatment you need and deserve. With our professional staff of Pharmacists and support team - we’re accomplishing the mission we set out to achieve: we’re helping the sick get better.

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Borders Pharmacy
11-13 Kenilworth Avenue
Hawick, Roxburgh
Ettrick and Lauderdale, TD9 8EG
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11-13 Kenilworth Avenue
Hawick
Roxburgh, Ettrick and Lauderdale
TD9 8EG
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