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Pontllanfraith Pharmacy Ltd.
We are an independent NHS Community Pharmacy serving the people of Pontllanfraith.
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Pontllanfraith Pharmacy Ltd.

Pontllanfraith Pharmacy is a family owned community pharmacy offering a wide range of services and facilities for you and your family. We are based in Pontllanfraith Health Centre, NP12 2YU and are adjacent to Avicenna Health Centre.

 NHS services provided at this pharmacy include Discharge Medicines Reviews, Dispensing, Emergency Contraception (Morning after pill), Emergency Supplies, Health Advice and Self Care, Holiday Healthcare, Medicine Sales, Medicine Use Reviews (MUR), Prescription Delivery Service, Private Consultations and Advice, Repeat Dispensing, Repeat Prescription Collection Service and disposal of Unwanted Medicines.

NHS services are provided on behalf of Aneurin Bevan University Health Board across Caerphilly County Borough.

We provide a free prescription Collection Service from the following GP surgeries:

  • Sunnybank Surgery, The Bryn, Cefn Forest, NP12 3NA
  • Dr Ali, Pengam Health Centre, Fleur De Lis, NP12 3WA
  • Dr Mahto, Pengam Health Centre, Fleur De Lis, NP12 3WA
  • Markham Surgery NP12 OQN
  • Avicenna Health Centre, NP12 2YU
  • Pontllanfraith Health Centre, NP12 2YU
The Health Centre, Blackwood Road, Gwent
NP12 2YU
01495 229268
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Due to Covid-19, as of Monday 23rd March the pharmacy will continue to open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 6:30 pm

However we will close from 12noon until 2pm each day to allow the team to restock the pharmacy and prepare some prescriptions in advance to improve our customer service.

Thank you for your patience and support during this challenging time.

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