How to make a flyer for a pharmacy

If you own or manage a pharmacy, you know that marketing your business is essential to attract new customers and retain existing ones. One way to promote your pharmacy is by creating a flyer that highlights your services, products, and promotions. In this article, we will discuss the steps you need to follow to make an effective flyer for your pharmacy.

Step 1: Determine the Purpose of Your Flyer

Before you start designing your flyer, you need to determine the purpose of the flyer. Do you want to promote a new product, advertise a sale, or highlight your pharmacy’s services? Having a clear purpose in mind will help you create a flyer that effectively communicates your message to your target audience. Often a Pharmacy will need to make customers fully aware of their range of unique services and how easy it is to switch to using that pharmacy for their needs.

Step 2: Choose a Design

If you’re not a professional graphic designer, you can use templates to make your flyer. You can find a wide range of templates on various design websites that cater to different types of businesses – however once you come to change a template yourself it can start to look a bit unprofessional and messy which can promote a negative image of your pharmacy. You are best of sticking to what you do best in the pharmacy and hire an experienced graphic designer to do what they do best and create a custom and professional design for you.

Step 3: Highlight Your Services and Products

Your flyer should showcase the services and products that your pharmacy offers. Highlighting your unique services, such as home delivery or use of your app, highlight anything that can set your pharmacy apart from the competition. Including engaging images of your products can also grab the attention of potential customers.

Here you can see how the pharmacy leaflet design clearly highlights their unique services (Fast & Free Prescription Delivery – along with how it works) and also highlighting their other pharmacy services. Pharmacy contact details are also clearly presented for the customer to easily take action and visit or call the pharmacy (Leaflet design from

Step 4: Provide Contact Information

Make sure to include your pharmacy’s contact information on your flyer, including your phone number, email, and physical address. This will make it easy for customers to get in touch with you if they have questions or need to place an order.

Step 5: Add Promotions or Discounts

Including promotions or discounts on your flyer can entice customers to visit your pharmacy. Offering a percentage off on a specific product or service can encourage customers to take action and make a purchase.

Step 6: Print and Distribute Your Flyers

Once you’ve designed your flyer, it’s time to print and distribute it. Make sure your flyers are printed to a professional quality to get across the right professional image. You should distribute your flyers door-to-door or put them in high-traffic areas, such as local community centers, grocery stores, and healthcare facilities. The best way to distribute flyers door-to-door is by using a local delivery company or Royal Mails distribution service. Royal Mail will be the most reliable (but requires specific packaging & packing guidelines to be followed), but it can be pricier.

In conclusion, creating a flyer for your pharmacy can be a simple and effective way to promote your business. By following these steps, you can get a flyer that showcases your services and products, provides contact information, and includes promotions or discounts that attract potential customers. Remember to get your pharmacy leaflets designed and printed by someone who has expertise in this unique industry.


Blog post by Stuart Hodgson – The Leaflet Design Guru

“Quality leaflet/flyer design is an investment, not a cost – because a well designed leaflet will generate more business and interest for you” Stuart Hodgson

With over 15+ years commercial graphic design experience – I have designed a lot of leaflets/flyers in that time and won some awards, and a lot of my graphic design services are now specifically for the design and print of pharmacy leaflets/flyers. This is largely due to the success of my web-site over at (check it out after reading this post to see my full creative leaflet design portfolio and get some creative inspiration).

Find out more:

If you would like to find out more about my Pharmacy Leaflet Design service – email Stuart at

You can see my dedicated Pharmacy leaflet webpage here


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