• Bailey & Saunders Highgate Pharmacy
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About us

About us

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Highgate Pharmacy Overview

The pharmacy has been established in the heart of historic Highgate Village since 1805.originally being called “Dunns Apothecary”.

In more recent years it has been run by Jonathan Cohen MRPharms who took over in 1993 with the vision of becoming an integral part of the local community, providing medicines and health advice to all. After years of hard work, investment in staff and services provided this has more than become a reality. A patient centred approach and excellent customer satisfaction has always been of huge importance to the business, and now a first class service to our customers is something which we are known for. As an independent community pharmacy, we have evolved over the years from the historic role of a traditional pharmacy that just dispenses medicines and sells over-the-counter products. Bailey and Saunders offers you a host of services to help you avoid an often time consuming visit to the GP, these include:

  • Medicines Use Reviews
  • New Medicines Service
  • Flu Vaccination Clinic
  • Smoking Cessation Clinic
  • Travel Clinic
  • Minor Ailments Scheme
  • Erectile Dysfunction Clinic
  • Private Health Checks
  • Weight Management Service
  • Not to mention the free help and advice given on medication and a healthy lifestyle each and every day. Have a look at our pharmacy services page for more information!

We consider our staff the foundations to our success. The dedicated and knowledgeable team of healthcare assistants, drivers, dispensers and pharmacists all share the same goal to improve healthcare and services available to the local community. At Highgate Pharmacy, we are experts in dealing with a wide range of patients with differing pharmaceutical needs. From patients who manage their medication themselves at home, to care homes, to those discharged from hospitals with complex and changeable medication regimes.