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About hameln pharmaceuticals ltd

hameln pharmaceuticals ltd was founded in 1971 as a specialist supplier of generic injectable medicines to the secondary care sector of the UK National Health Service, Private Hospitals, Wholesalers and International markets.

In the early days, the company was known by its initial name of Phoenix Pharmaceuticals, before being acquired by the Germany company hameln in the 1980s.

Owned by UK qualified pharmacist Christoph Kerstein, hameln remain committed to the reliable provision of cost effective medicines that also reduce the potential for medication errors. Our management team in the UK recently expanded and now has more than 100 years’ national and international experience.

We established a purpose-built distribution facility in Gloucester, in the South West of England, to ensure the continued high level of service and reliability of supply that has become our trademark.

Through targeted investment in new products and by establishing new markets, we intend to further strengthen and grow the portfolio of medicines we provide to patients.


Reliability, flexibility and robustness of supply are key to our daily business, to the benefit of patients, medical staff, partners and customers.

 

 

 

At hameln we pride ourselves on our close working relationships with
healthcare professionals, particularly pharmacists, whose advice is essential
to the future of our company.

 



Safety at the core of what we do

With concern for patient safety at the core of everything we do, the wider hameln Group has sited its global drug safety centre of excellence in the UK, so you can always receive professional and practical medicines information advice whenever you call. Through targeted investment in new products and by establishing new markets, we intend to further strengthen and grow the portfolio of medicines we provide to patients.

We listen, we learn and we turn ideas into solutions.



Did you know?

The company name originates from our home town in Germany, which is well known around the world for the Pied Piper of Hamelin (“Rattenfänger von Hameln”).