Sales Up By 37% for Online Manchester Pharmacy
Medical Specialists Pharmacy from Greater Manchester, the first One Stop Online Pharmacy with Doctors, has reported sales for 2011 to be up on average by 37% compared to 2010. “Medical Specialists Pharmacy takes the worries out of where to buy medication safe and securely online. There are a lot of illegal websites out there selling counterfeit medication, so patients are pleased that they can have an online consultation with one of our Doctors, and then have the medication dispensed by one of our in-house Pharmacists direct to the patient from our Pharmacy within 24 hours” said David Bailey, Managing Director. More and more people are using the internet to buy goods, clothing, food and medication now, but are always concerned about counterfeit goods, their personal or credit card details being abused. “We have been online with a website (www.medical-specialists.co.uk) since 2001, and we are now becoming a household name, as patients find our website easy and safe to work with. Unlike all other websites, we do not send our patients medical details to somebody else. We even have some medication (e.g. asthma inhalers) cheaper than the NHS” said David. Medical Specialists are a fully registered Pharmacy with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), and are members of the National Pharmacy Association (NPA). Their Doctors are all registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) and all Pharmacists are registered with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain RPSGB). “We have a vast range of medication that patients are able to obtain, such as Erectile Dysfunction, Hair Loss, Weight Loss, Smoking Cessation and other such treatments, along with non-prescription items in our Online Chemist Shop, such as condoms. Most patients are embarrassed to discuss certain problems with their own GP or to take the prescription to their local pharmacy shop. This is where we come in, and patients are very pleased to use our online consultation service, or supply us with their private prescription from their own GP” said David.