Easy online ordering, free flexible delivery and reminders to re-order
You simply tell us what medication you need
We order and receive the prescription from your GP*
Our pharmacists check and dispense your prescription
Your medication is delivered to you for free!
The team behind Pharmacy2U
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 300,000 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.
Here you'll find up to date information about pharmacy services in the UK as well as exciting new developments from our team.See more
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* NHS repeat prescription service only available to patients registered with a GP in England and if your surgery needs you to order directly, we'll tell you how to do this.
+ Information provided by the NHSBSA