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Pharmacy2U is a different kind of pharmacy. Launched online in 1999 to reinvent pharmacy care, we helped develop the Electronic Prescription Service with the NHS. Our constant focus on our patients has seen us grow to be the UK's largest online pharmacy and we now support over 270,000 patients each year with their NHS repeat prescriptions.**

We are a pharmacy where clinical excellence and unique technology help us deliver the effortless services our patients are used to in every aspect of their lives. Like all UK pharmacies we are regulated by the General Pharmaceutical Council and our Online Doctor service is regulated by the Care Quality Commission.

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Pharmacy2U shortlisted for Amazon Growing Business Awards

We?re delighted to have been shortlisted for two Amazon Growing Business Awards this year, following a phenomenal period that has seen the number of patients using our service to manage […]

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We are proud sponsors of GPs: Behind Closed Doors

The fascinating observational documentary series that takes viewers into the private world of local GP surgeries. Working with your GP, we can take care of your NHS prescriptions for you, so you can leave the unnecessary trips and waiting room behind!

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Getting to sleep this summer

In the UK it's estimated that insomnia regularly affects one in three adults and can be caused by a range of different issues. Environmental factors play a huge part in it, so make your bedroom as 'sleep friendly' as possible - this includes good ventilation, especially in hot weather. Try and keep your room cool […]

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Erectile Dysfunction: What You Should Know

Despite being a common male health condition, many men find erectile dysfunction (ED) difficult to talk about, or too embarrassed to discuss with their doctor. ED isn't treated as often as it should be, so here's some more information about the condition and the treatments available.

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Contact us

We're here to help so feel free to get in touch.

Call us on +44 (0)113 265 0222 Monday to Friday 8.00am - 5.30pm and Saturday 8.30am to 1pm.

Email us at any time using our contact form

** Information provided by the NHSBSA