Waiting rooms are not always very fun but it helps when you can shop a little before your appointment. At Medicaid Pharmacy you do not just get medical care from various specialised doctors but can also choose from a vast selection of cosmetics and perfumes.
Medicaid Pharmacy is so much more than an ordinary pharmacy. We provide a one-stop shop for general health needs as well as specialised health associated assistance for you and your family. We also offer a choice of perfumes and cosmetics in our pharmacy from quality brands such as Max Factor, Pupa, Desigual, Rimmel, Essence, L'Oreal, Vichy, J F Lazartigue and more. We also stock creams like the the Sebamed collection, La Roche Posay, different kinds of sunblocks and a lot more to choose from.
The pharmacy is open from Monday to Friday from eight till nine and on Saturdays from eight till eight so that we can accommodate to our clients as best as we can. Pharmacy hours have adopted a stay-open-late policy so as to be of better service to our clients.
Since our family run clinic opened ten years ago we have always aimed to give the best service to all our patients who come to us from all over Malta. We are constantly widening our range of services and ancillary products in order to be able to cater to each client and keep up with the market’s requirement.
Visit our pharmacy today to see what we can offer. Whether you need a check up, be it for mind and body, need to get you medicine or want to shop from our range of perfumes and cosmetics we are the pharmacy for you.
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As a Gudja resident, I remember this pharmacy being taken owner by its present owner Adrian. He is an extremely nice person and knows his job inside out. Very professional and always ready to assist you. Adrian goes out of his way to give everyone the best service. It is a very well stocked pharmacy and one can find different doctors and specialists attending. This pharmacy remains open until the local GP finishes his evening home visits, so that people can get their medicines. What more can one ask for?Read More