About Us

We are an independent community pharmacy in Hampstead, North London runing under the same ownership for the last 38 years.  For information about our team see here.

We provide a travel health and vaccination clinic, full range of NHS and Non-NHS pharmacy services and a home visit osteopathy service. 

We are a Designated Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre.

Location: 35 South End Road, London, NW3 2PY. We are based opposite the Hampstead Heath Overground Station. 

The nearest tube station: Belsize Park station, on the Northern Line, a ten minute walk.

Parking: On-street pay and display parking bays.

We are closed on Sundays and bank holidays.

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Non-travel related vaccinations offered – Please click on each vaccine for more information – To see our price guide click here.

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To book an appointment please call: 020 7435 7075

Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 9 am to 18:30 pm & Saturday – 9 am to 17:30 pm.

We are unable to book appointments via email.

We are closed on Christmas Day 25 Dec, Boxing Day 26 Dec and New Year’s Day 1 Jan. All other days, we will be open as usual.

15/12/17 – Update on national stock issues with vaccines.

  1. We have both children & adult hepatitis A vaccines.
  2. We have both children & adult hepatitis A+B combination vaccines.
  3. We have no single adult hepatitis B vaccine but we do have the children hepatitis B vaccine (for 0 to 15 years of age). For adults we can give 2x simultaneous doses of of childern hepatitis B vaccine which provides the exact same protection as one adult hepatitis B vaccine.
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Based on a true story, the #FastestHour is a national meningitis awareness campaign. Meningitis kills and maims. Knowing the signs and symptoms could save your life.

Are vaccines safe? How do vaccines work? Why do some people claim there is a link between vaccines and autism?

This video looks at why some people are afraid of something that has saved so many lives, and look at the history and science of vaccines.