|Posted on Thursday, 19 May, 2005 - 11:56 am: |
Does anyone know if the 'new' sainsburys will have a pharmacy. I am really fed up with the very poor service boots offer. Nothing in stock, forgetting to order your medication, never able to actually serve you or speak to you when to go the counter, unable to give out scripts cos there label printer isn't working-again. The stocks arrived and there is only one person to deal with the new stock and the on-going prescription and customer enquires. When they remodelled they could have done with doubling the size of the pharmcy and getting some pharmacy assistants.
|Posted on Friday, 20 May, 2005 - 09:23 am: |
why don't you go down to rickmans? on the corner of brockley rise and stanstead rd (by jenner health centre)
|Posted on Friday, 20 May, 2005 - 10:36 am: |
Alan is great. Always a smile on his face and he's very discreet when it comes to 'sensitive' medication.
|Posted on Friday, 20 May, 2005 - 11:15 am: |
also the one in Honor Oak Park - actually opposite the medical centre near to Peckham Rye park. Always well stocked.
|Posted on Friday, 20 May, 2005 - 05:05 pm: |
For those of us on the posh estate, in my opinion, avoid the chemists over the road from Forest Hill Road medical centre and go to the smaller one, towards Peckham, a few doors down. Very traditional family run with lots of trinkets that you think went out of fashion in the 60s (and old wooden shelves to die for)
|Posted on Friday, 20 May, 2005 - 05:50 pm: |
When the day comes for the South Circular to go along Wood Vale and then snake its bucolic way towards Honor Oak via Forest Hill Road, the posh estate might regain its chemical supremacy over the rest of the neighbourhood. O Happy Day.
|Posted on Friday, 20 May, 2005 - 06:01 pm: |
Johnnyb7, you really are a naughty wind up merchant
But in the immortal words of Dick Emmery
"but I like you"
|Posted on Friday, 20 May, 2005 - 06:53 pm: |
Well BD, all I can say is beware of tempting bargains on old wooden shelves. I purchased some Eucryl tooth powder one day from a small chemists in the Colonades on Porchester Road. Sure enough, several years later, my teeth started to fall out.
|Posted on Friday, 20 May, 2005 - 07:55 pm: |
I'm with Dave - the chemists he mentioned is better than the one opposite the medical centre, which seems to be run by 'Saturday girls' more intent on chatting to each other than serving.