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AAH Pharmaceuticals is the UK's leading distributor of pharmaceutical and healthcare products and services to pharmacies, hospitals and doctors.

Making over 100,000 deliveries a week and with over 20,000 product lines stocked at a branch at any one time, AAH is the largest pharmaceutical wholesaler in the UK.

Each day, 5 million patients rely on us to get the drugs they need to pharmacies, hospitals and dispensing doctors – we are a critical part of the UK’s healthcare infrastructure. AAH is the supplier of choice of the national supermarkets, the MoD & the Prisons Service, and is the market leader in the hospitals sector.

With 3,800 employees and 20 locations across the UK over a suite of subsidiaries and brands, AAH Pharmaceuticals offers a wide variety of career opportunities such as commercial, sales, administration, finance, IT and human resources.

AAH is part of Celesio, a leading international company which covers the spectrum of pharmaceutical trade and pharmaceutical-related services. The group is active in 28 countries and employs around 41,500 people in its three divisions Patient and Consumer Solutions, Pharmacy Solutions and Manufacturer Solutions.

News, Blogs, and Success Stories

AAH Launches PharmaVan II

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Putting customers first, AAH unveils its innovative new approach and rebrand at The Pharmacy Show

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AAH rebrands in celebration of its evolved business and services

Nigel Swift, Marketing & Sales Director at Celesio UK, shares his thoughts on AAH’s...

Keeping you informed: distribution change for Becton Dickinson pen needles

From 2nd February 2015 Becton Dickinson will be entering into a reduced wholesale distribution...

Keeping you informed: changes to wholesale distribution arrangements for Grunenthal Ltd

From 1st February 2015 Grunenthal Ltd will be entering into a solus distribution...