Professional Personal Health Advice and Service

Welcome to O'Keeffe's Family Pharmacy

Established in 1946 by James O’Keeffe, O’Keeffe’s Pharmacy has been serving the people of Dingle for nearly 70 years. Taken over by his daughter Rosemary O’Keeffe Cotter, this family run Pharmacy located in Strand Street next to Garvey’s Supermarket in the beautiful setting of Dingle Town once cited by National Geographic ‘as the most beautiful place on earth’

O’Keeffe’s provides a first class service to the Dingle community improving and maintaining the health and wellbeing of our customers and community. We have four qualified staff working in-store with a combined experience of over 50 years – to give you the best service and advice.

Health Calculators

Our online health calculators are designed to help you calculate everything related to fitness, nutrition, working out, counting calories, and more! - Read More

Eating Healthy

Eating well on a budget or just ensuring you get your 5 a day, we have some great tasty and healthy recipes for you. Read More

Gift Vouchers

Gift vouchers in your chosen amount are available to purchase. Please enquire in store.

Beauty Tips

We love good beauty tips, so we've rounded up our best get-gorgeous tricks in one spot. You'll find beauty tips galore to help you get pretty from head to toe. - Read More

Eating well on a budget or just ensuring you get your 5 a day, we have some great tasty and healthy recipes for you. Click here for info

Veg out in January

Thursday 18th January 2018

December's excess makes January a perfect breeding ground for fad diets, the majority of which are abandoned before the month is out. But this yea... Read more →

Ten tips on how to make the most of your day - and your commute

Wednesday 17th January 2018

Welcome to our new six-part series for the new year: How To Work Well. We spend so much time in work that most people forget to take advantage of ... Read more →

What really happens to your body when you give up booze?

Tuesday 16th January 2018

Thousands of Irish people are having a 'Dry January' and abstaining from alcohol after the excesses of Christmas. But does four weeks without a drink ... Read more →

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