If you are suffering from chronic illness and undergoing treatment with medicines that you need regularly, let Pharmacy Outlet supply you the medicines and help untie your time.
Now, there is no need to spending more time and running between your GP’s clinic and pharmacy when you are about to run out of your medicines. Just nominate Pharmacy Outlet to avail free online repeat prescription service. It will organise everything for you.
You can register here to begin with online repeat prescription service and have your regular medicines delivered right at your doorstep.
Do not run out of your medications again, order online repeat prescription through Pharmacy Outlet right away. This UK’s online pharmacy also reminds you about your next repeat prescription due via an email alert or a phone call. This will save you time and money.
You can get an expert healthcare advice by making a call on 03333 222 400. In case of any questions associated with online repeat prescriptions, the trained clinical members are always there to provide you advice and support.
The Pharmacy Outlet’s online repeat prescription service helps you to receive your medications delivered at your preferred address, without any hassle. You need not require visiting your GP to get your repeat prescriptions or go to the chemist to collect your meds.
Pharmacy Outlet fulfils any repeat prescription and here is how it works:
- Click here to nominate Pharmacy Outlet Once registered
- We will send you a confirmation receipt through mail
- The representatives will make the necessary arrangements with your prescribing doctor and electronically collect your prescription
- Your prescription will be assessed by our pharmacy team
- Once evaluated, you receive your repeat prescriptions at your preferred UK address
Ordering medicines through the Pharmacy Outlet’s online repeat prescription service is free and you get free delivery. The process of registering with and nominating Pharmacy Outlet is quick and easy.
If you wish to change or cancel the nomination, it is mandatory to speak to your GP and our pharmacist first.