Blooms The Chemist

Pharmacies - Lismore, NSW

The Future Of Pharmacy Is Here Today…At Blooms The Chemist.

89- 93 Keen St, Lismore NSW 2480

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  1. About Us

  2. Products and Services

  3. FAQs

About Us

AT A GLANCE
  • Leading compounding pharmacist.
When it comes to good health, nothing is more important than getting the right professional advice.
Since 1996, Blooms the Chemist has built an enviable reputation based on providing quality, professional service and every-day low product pricing. Our highly trained pharmacists and experienced assistants strive to deliver the best health care services and products to our valued customers.

Customer loyalty is rewarded with our Fresh Rewards program that provides customers with unique offers and special gifts at great prices. We even provide a fast telephone prescription service so you don’t have to wait in line.

Providing the best healthcare for both you and your family is most important to us, so you can rest assured that you will get great service, all the time - And isn’t that the way it should always be?

Our Services

  • NDSS Access Point
  • Compounding Chemist
  • Ear Piercing
  • Naturopath
  • Beauty Room
  • Blood Pressure Testing
  • Dose Administration Aids (DAA) Webster Packs
  • Baby Weighing
  • Fresh Rewards Loyalty Club
  • Discount Prescriptions

We are a leading compounding chemist supplying tailor-made medications used by men, women and children all over Australia.

Payment Methods

CashEFTVisa
ABN
34 347 796 692
Staff
1-10
Established
1971

Products and Services

Service

Compounding, Dispensing, Vaccinations

Product

BHRT, Essential Oils, Hair Care, Herbal Treatments, Medicine, Melatonin, Mineral Supplements, Perfumes, Testosterone, Vitamins

Brand

Blackmores, Clarins, Natio

Concern

Accidents, ADD, Ageing, AIDS, Allergies, Andropause, Arthritis, Blood Disorders, Blood Pressure, Burns, Cancer, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Disabilities, Eating Disorders, Endocrine Disorders, Hair Loss, Head Lice, Headaches, Incontinence, Infectious Diseases, Injuries, Menopause, Osteoporosis, Pain, Pregnancy, Respiratory Disorders, Skin Damage, Smoking, Strains, Substance Abuse, Weight Loss, Women's Health

Specialty

Children, Methadone Program, Naturopathy

Service Option

By Appointment, Consultations, Delivery, Emergency Service, Mail Order

Feature

Customised Medications

Payment Concern

Discounts, Rentals, Wholesale

Assurance

Accredited, ARC, Department of Health, Guaranteed, Licensed, Registered

Anatomy

Back, Bones, Eyes, Face, Feet, Hands, Head, Heart, Legs, Nose, Skin

Trade

Nurses

FAQs

  • How are the medications made?

    Roper & Parry Chemists make medications in our laboratory at our Lismore pharmacy. The medications are tailor made using the traditional mortar and pestle - the symbols of pharmacy - as well as modern pharmacy and laboratory equipment. more...

  • Why consider Blooms The Chemist?

    You may want to speak with your physician to discuss whether compounded medications are the right choice for you. If so, you will need to choose a compounding pharmacy.

  • Will my health insurance cover compounded medications?

    Because compounded medications differ, by law, from having the National Drug Code ID numbers that manufactured products carry, some insurance companies will not directly reimburse the compounding pharmacy.

  • What medical conditions are compounded medications used for?

    Compounded medications are used to treat a wide range of medical conditions.

  • Why do people choose compounded medications?

    Not everyone responds to standardised medications. Dosages and dosage forms of these medications are appropriate for most - but not all - of the population.

  • What is compounding?

    Compounding is the traditional pharmacy practice of preparing customised medications for individual patients. Its origins date back to the beginning of pharmacy. With the advent of large-scale drug manufacturing from the 1950s, the pharmacist's role began.