These are the private pharmacies where the “Free Medicine Program” recipients can visit.

No Name Location Division
1 Quest Pharmacy Ba Western
2 Quest Pharmacy Rakiraki Western
3 Quest Pharmacy Tavua Western
4 Health First Pharmacy Lodhia St, Nadi Western
5 Health First Pharmacy Clay St, Nadi Western
6 Amy Street Pharmacy Suva Central
7 Budget Pharmacy Nadi Western
8 Budget Pharmacy Namaka Western
9 Namaka Medisure Pharmacy Namaka Lane        Nadi Western
10 Laucala Bay Pharmacy Laucala Bay, Suva Central
11 Sure Care Pharmacy Navua Central
12 Chemistwala Nina St, Suva Central
13 Madison  Cumming St Suva Central
14 Good Health Care Ratu Sukuna Rd Central
15 Medrite Main St, Nadi Western
16 My Chemist Nasekula Rd Labasa Northern
17 Northern Drug RB Patel Bldg Northern
18 Tapoo City Chemist Tappoo City Suva Central
19 Hyper Chemist Lautoka Western
20 Hyper Chemist Sigatoka Western
21 Hyper Chemist Ba Western
22 Life Pharmacy Nausori Central
23 Life Pharmacy Nakasi Central
24 Island Pharmacy Ba Western
25 Island Pharmacy Main St, Nadi Western
26 Island Pharmacy Cumming St Suva Central
27 Mega Care Pharmacy Makoi Central
28 Mega Pharmacy Lautoka Lautoka Western
29 Rx All Pharmacy RB Centerpoint Central
30 Rite Health Pharmacy Namaka Nadi Western
31 New Life Pharmacy Martintar Nadi Western
32 Central MidCity Suva Central
33 Superdrug Thomson Plaza Suva Central
34 Superdrug Nabua Central
35 Superdrug Laucala Central
36 City Centre MHCC Complex Central
37 Rewa Nausori Central
38 Babasiga Labasa Northern
39 Bula MH Superfresh Central
40 Labasa Labasa Northern
41 Flagstaff Family Rewa St Central
42 Wyse Pharmacy Nakasi Central
43 Wyse Pharmacy Valelevu Central
44 AJ Swann Rodwell Rd Suva Central
45 Samabula Drug Store 77 Ratu Mara Rd Suva Central
46 Nausori Pharmacy Nausori Central
47 Pharmacy Plus Renwick Rd Central
48 Suva City Pharmacy Thomson St Central
49 Tavua Chemist Market St Western

Last Updated on 9 years by Publishing Team

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