3 Sixth St, Quorn SA 5433, Australia
3 Sixth Street Quorn SA
Pharmacy, Clothing Store, Store, Health
(08) 8648 6887
Monday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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Liz Ports said 3 years ago
I was stranded without my vital medicine or a script. The pharmacist worked through the problem, phoning my doctor's unhelpful clinic a couple of times, the local hospital to get me a booking (full) and working out my local pharmacy, who finally faxed him the information he needed. (When my doctor got the message, he called too, after the problem was solved.) I was pleased with the pharmacist's friendliness and professionalism, reassuring me and telling me there were other options when several didn't seem to work. I got other stuff in the shop there too, such as magnification glasses and even designer perfume. Good prices too.
sam mon said 3 years ago
5 star chemist in the SA outback.. forget my meds and scripts... I failed getting script from my docs.. young chemist manager kept me with my pills speaking several places i.e doctor centre and my regular chemist. very intelligent n professional.. highly recommend travellers getting service n you won't feel far away from home.
joseph bugler said 3 years ago
No stars would be better,very rude and bad mannered foreign lady.Who al;so lies
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