Falvey’s Pharmacy is a late-night pharmacy and beauty hall, stocking well known brands like Caudalie, Ren, L’Occitane, Cailyn, Neom, Avene and BRYT for you to browse and shop, while the pharmaceutical professionals take care of you, your healthcare needs and your prescription fulfilments.
Lynch’s Pharmacy have over 20 years’ experience working in the community pharmacy sector. They now offer comprehensive information on medicines, as well as healthcare topics from diabetes to depression. Their site has helpful videos on various exercise programmes, inhaler techniques for asthma and an entire video library of useful content relating to illnesses from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. They have a live consultation portal, where customers can chat with qualified staff in real time over the internet. Customers can order their prescriptions online and browse the latest video additions to the website video blog, where they post the up-to-date and topical health items in the news.
MD Clinic is a group of experienced doctors and therapists, whose aim is to provide multispecialist medical care with an individual approach to each patient. They strive to improve services in response to advances in medicine and ever changing needs of their patients. They offer primary, specialistic and dental medical care, physiotherapy services and laboratory tests.
Minihan’s functions as a traditional pharmacy and dispenses medicines on all prescription schemes. The shop also specialises in cosmetics and is renowned for its perfumery and skincare ranges. The shop also stocks well known labels such as Vichy, Nuxe, Ralph Lauren, Armani La Roche-Posay, Pestle & Mortar and Chanel. Since its very early days Minihans has also stocked skincare products and perfumes from the French brand Guerlain, one of the oldest French perfumes houses in the world.
Phelans Pharmacies are a family-owned group of pharmacies based in Cork City and County in the South of Ireland and one outlet in Stillorgan, Dublin, run by Conor and Denise Phelan. Following Conor’s graduation from Trinity College Dublin, he and his wife Denise opened their first pharmacy in Carrigaline in 1988. In 1991 they introduced the late-night pharmacy concept to Cork and in the intervening years they have expanded and now operate pharmacies in Carrigaline, Glanmire, Patrick Street and on the Kinsale Road roundabout. More recently, they have introduced a complete mobility aids supply service in Phelans Late Night Pharmacy on the Kinsale Road with a wide range of products available to browse in-store or online.