If you have chronic ailment and require regular medicine to treat it, you can order prescription online without seeing a GP every time. The service is safe, reliable and confidential.
Your GP will talk to you before issuing an electronically prescription. More importantly, you need to choose a pharmacy to get your prescriptions – this is called nomination. The dispensing pharmacy needs at least two working days to process and offer prescription service.
If any of your medication cannot be issued, Pharmacy Outlet will try to call you to inform you. Make sure that you provide exact address and phone number.
If you want to speak to someone to know more about ordering prescription online, you can call on 03333 222 400. The pharmacy team will also advise you about the medicine you are taking for and how you can take it.
Pharmacy Outlet may arrange a same day prescription if you run out of your supply and cannot delay taking it. This should be a one-off prescription and cannot be guaranteed. Patients must give at least a week’s time before running out of supply.
Your GP or nurse will need to review your treatment to make sure the medicine is working as it should and is suitable for your condition. Pharmacy Outlet will contact you to let you know that you need to check with your GP before issuing a prescription.
If you would like to have your repeat medicine delivered to your home, you must arrange it with Pharmacy Outlet each time. The store will dispense and deliver your medicine within a stipulated period.
If you are not satisfied with the service offered by Pharmacy Outlet, you can change or cancel the nomination, but make sure you speak to your GP and pharmacist.
Help Pharmacy Outlet to help you!
Make sure you order prescription online at least one week before running out of supply. Allow Pharmacy Outlet at least two working days to process your repeat prescription.
It is important that you plan ahead! Order early so that you can manage your condition well.
If you have stopped taking any of your medicine, let your GP and pharmacy know about it.