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The Riverside Pharmacy

Welcome to The Riverside Pharmacy and Travel Clinic

Following a slow and and not so smooth start 4 years ago, The Riverside Pharmacy is well established with a growing and very important client/customer/patient base.

Based in Sleaford Lincolnshire and situated annex to Sleaford Medical Group (SMG), we offer convenience and equal access to pharmacy services to all patient groups in the community.

At The Riverside Pharmacy we pride ourselves in offering exceptional customer service. Our motto" Ready to meet healthcare needs" means just that! We have a well trained and experienced team that strives hard to meet most of your healthcare needs.

At The Riverside Pharmacy, we believe that the customer or patient is very important. Without you, the customer, there would be no Riverside Pharmacy. Our aim is provide a service that is centered on the patient or customer.

The Team

We have a team of three dedicated pharmacists led by Chris Mulimba, Superintendent Pharmacist, who is also an Independent Prescriber. The team are passionate in their desire to serve you and ensure that your experience of our pharmacy services is outstanding.

The purpose is for The Riverside Pharmacy to be a "haven" of care and to meet our customers healrhcare needs either directly or through a partner agency.


Our pharmacy offers access to most community pharmacy services seven days a week.

We have a private consultation room where private and confidential consultations are held.

Services on offer:

  • NHS prescription service
  • Repeat prescription management
  • Access to GPHC registered pharmacist at all times, 7 days a week
  • Provision of healthcare and medicine related advice
  • Free blood pressure checks
  • Free delivery of prescription medicines
  • Private travel health clinics
  • Yellow fever vaccination centre
  • Weight management
  • Sexual health screening
  • Emergency Contraception advice
  • Support and dispensing to service users with drug and alcohol issues
  • Smoking cessation service

Why not visit our pharmacy today? Or follow us on Facebook or online by accessing www.theriversidepharmacy.co.uk

Our surrounding villages are:

Kirkby-La-Thorpe, Quarrington,Leasingham, Rauceby, Scredington, Helpringham, Little Hale, Great Hale, Heckington, Ewerby, Anwick, Ruskington, Cranwell, Dorrington, Digby, Scopwick, Metheringham,Ashby De La Launde, Ancaster and Osbournby.
47 Boston Road
NG34 7HD
01529 301830
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