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We are a small group of Independent NHS Community Pharmacies serving the people in Newton Stewart and Wigtown.

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Welcome Pharmacy Creebridge
Welcome Pharmacy Creebridge opened in August 2011 as Creebridge Mill Pharmacy, our excellent, friendly team aim to offer the highest standards in Pharmaceutical Care, utilising technology such as our brand new Automated Dispensing Robot to achieve the highest levels of patient safety reachable. Feel free to call us on 01671 403040 with any queries or pop in and a member of the team will look after you well. You’re Welcome!

Welcome Pharmacy Wigtown
The pharmacy in Wigtown is well established having served the town for many years, however in Oct 2017 the business joined up with the then Creebridge Mill Pharmacy and both rebranded under the Welcome Pharmacy name. There are exciting changes planned for the pharmacy over the coming months and years including an update to the premises, and also the utilisation of the Technology at the Creebridge site to ensure that patients at Wigtown can also take advantage of the faster prescription speeds and even safer dispensing that it offers. Watch this space for more details! Give the pharmacy a call on 01988 403474 or pop in and the team will be happy to assist you. You’re Welcome!
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Creebridge Mill
Newton Stewart
01671 403040
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