About Fleming Medical
Our Headquarters in Limerick, Ireland
Fleming Medical is an Irish family-owned global business dedicated to partnering with healthcare and pharmacy professionals to supply a complete range of certified quality medical devices, healthcare consumables and pharmacy OTC products under their Medicare and Physiologix brands.
For 35 years, Fleming Medical has built these trusted partnerships by backing their products and medical equipment support with exceptional customer service from their team of product, clinical and technical experts. With a focus on point-of-care assurance and product innovation, they continuously work with leading healthcare industry experts with a goal to provide products and solutions that empower healthcare professionals to provide better patient outcomes and enhance patient quality of life.
Due to the successful partnerships with pharmacies across the UK, Fleming Medical are growing year on year and servicing more customers than ever before.
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Why Choose Fleming Medical?
We pride ourselves in providing you with an unrivalled multi-level offering of value-added services and quality products. We have listened to our customers’ needs and adapted our products and services to meet and exceed those needs.
Certified Quality Products
Dedicated in-house experts ensure all products are tried, tested and trusted, and can be serviced and maintained to the highest standards.
Training & Education
CPD-accredited online courses, regular webinars and engaging on and off-site training for Pharmacy and Healthcare professionals.
Asthma is a common, long-term lung disease which causes inflammation and narrowing of the airways and can result in breathing difficulties and thick mucus.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) refers to a group of long-term lung diseases that cause inflammation, narrowing of the airways and breathing difficulties.
Diabetes is a long-lasting metabolic disease where the pancreas can no longer create insulin or when the body cannot make efficient use of the insulin it produces.
Heart disease is a term used to describe a range of different conditions that affect the heart and/or blood vessels, such as Coronary Heart Disease (CHD).
Hypertension (or high blood pressure) is a high measurement of the circulating blood against the artery walls that can cause serious damage to the heart if left untreated.