We take great pride in our history and heritage as a pharmacy that is focused on the well being of our patients. Many of our services have been the same since our pharmacy first opened in 1916. For local customers living within 2-3km radius of our physical store located at 448 Neerim Road Murrumbeena Victoria 3163, we are able to provide a range of supporting instore services to assist our patients.
For further information about any of the below services, please contact our pharmacy on 03 9568 6677.
Free Blood Pressure Monitoring
We operate a free walk in service for patients wishing to have assistance with monitoring their blood pressure. This service is free of charge.
Free Medical Consultations & Reviews
As a significant first point of contact for health related issues, our pharmacy provides free 10 minute medical advisory consultations. There is no need for an appointment, patients can walk in and ask to see one of our experienced pharmacists.
Free Statutory Declarations and Document Certifications
Statutory declarations and document certifications are provided free of charge for the first two pages and then are charged $2 per additional page.
NDSS Access Point
We are accreditated by Diabetes Australia to supply products to patients registered with the NDSS scheme. This is only available to walk in customers.
Our pharmacy is authorised to provide valid medical certificates recognised nationally after a medical consultation and assessment. This is a walk in service and does not require an appointment.
There is a fee of $25 for this service.
Free Local Delivery
We operate a free daily delivery service during the weekday for patients who are unable to leave their homes due to their medical condition. Orders will need to be placed before 1pm and are usually delivered between 2-3pm on the same day. Orders made after 1pm are delivered the following weekday.
There is no minimum or limit to the type of products that can be ordered for this service. Any products that our pharmacy currently carries can be delivered.
A medication pack contains individually sealed compartments to help you remember when to take the right medicine at the right time. Our medication packs are packed for weekly or fortnightly with individual blisters for up to four different periods each day. It is packaged by an acceditated dispensary technician and checked and sealed by a pharmacist as required by law.
A medication pack is designed to:
1. Help you manage your medicines better;
2. Reduce the chance of forgetting to take your medicine; and/or
3. Reduce the chance of taking your medication incorrectly.
Missing or taking too much of your medication may lead to serious health problems and in worst case scenarios, an overdose can cause death.
Our current fee for this service is $5 a week for ongoing regular packing. Prescriptions will need to be left at our pharmacy as we will dispense medications as required for packing.
For carers or patients, we have a live system for you to check to see how many prescriptions or repeats we have left at our pharmacy.
Syringe & Needle Program
The Victorian Needle and Syringe Program (NSP) is a public health initiative that aims to minimise the spread of blood-borne viruses such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis B and C among people who inject drugs and into the wider community.
Our pharmacy provides a free service of receiving used syringe and needles in authorised containers to be disposed of safely.
Opioid Substitution Program
Our pharmacy has a commitment to providing information and advice on aspects of harm reduction to the general community. We are authorised and have limited spaces for the dispensing of pharmacotherapy to patients in treatment for opioid dependency.
Patients who are dispensed pharmacotherapy will need to be clinically stable with appropriate medical and clinical support.
Our pharmacy aims to provide the service in a friendly and non-judgmental manner in order to assist the patients in their treatment.
Our current charge is $40 per week paid in advance for this service or $10 per day. This fee covers the cost of time required for a pharmacist to record, dispense, watch and assess the patient according to Health Department regulations.