St Martin Walk In Medical Clinics, Pharmacies and Drug Stores
A vacation on Saint Martin means superlative sights to see, but if you experience a few bumps along your adventures, here are a few tips on Saint Martin walk in medical clinics, pharmacies and drug stores to quickly get you back on track to having fun.
Medical Clinics on Dutch Side of Sint Maarten
St Maarten walk in medical clinics are available in various spots around the Dutch side of the island.
If you’re in the Simpson Bay area, you can get medical attention at the Simpson Bay Medical Clinic located within the Simpson Bay Yacht Club. Telephone 721.544.5312. House, yacht and hotel visits can be arranged.
Another location for Sint Maarten medical care is Bush Road Clinic, centrally located just outside the center of town, with a full lab and x-ray facilities. Walk-in hours are Monday to Friday 12:30 to 2pm, and appointments are accepted between 4pm and 5:30pm. Telephone: 721.542.5800.
Pharmacy and Drug Stores on Dutch Side of St Maarten
Remarkable is the recreation on the island, but indulging in it might mean the occasional bump, burn or blister.
An easy walk from the cruise ship port at#4 CH. E. Voges Street, Philipsburg Pharmacy offers an extensive line of health and wellness products, prescription medications, beauty, sun care, and baby products. The pharmacy is open 5 days a week from 7:30am - 7:00pm, Saturdays from 9:00am-5:00pm and Sundays for 2 hours between 10:00am and noon. Telephone: 721.542.3001.
Simpson Bay Pharmacy is located within Simpson Bay Yacht Club at #68 Welfare Road. Consistently voted among the top pharmacies on Sint Maarten, this drug store offers a diverse line of beauty and personal care products, the largest selection of American and European prescription drugs on the island, and free blood sugar and blood pressure testing every Thursday. Telephone 721.544.3653.
Medical Clinics on French Side of Saint Martin
Additionally, if you’re vacationing on the French side, you can visit Louis Constant Fleming Medical Center. Located along Rue du Soleil Levant, the hospital is a modern full service facility.
Pharmacy and Drug Stores on French Side of St Martin
Endless seem the days of warm weather in this part of the world, so it’s important to practice good sun care. Should you run out of sunscreen or other skin products, visit Pharmacy Concordia off La Rue Tah Bloudy (Tel: 0590.519.528).
Other full service pharmacies include Centrale on Rue du Général de Gaulle (Tel: 0590.510.937), Howell Center Pharmacy on Boulevard de France (Tel: 0590.879.946), Crespin on Rue de la République within the Marigot area (Tel: 0590.875.168) and Caraibes in Cul de Sac (Tel: 0590.874.727).
So go ahead and plan for vacation fun on St Martin, but know that there are reliable island sources when you have to deal with the unplanned medical emergencies.