Pharmacy2U is owned by Pharmacy2U Ltd, run by fully qualified Pharmacists and operates from a registered pharmacy premises.
Head Office and Customer Services
1 Hawthorn Park,
Victoria Industrial Park,
Registered No. 3802593
VAT Registration No. 734 3754 27
GPhC Registered Premises: 1090088
NPA Membership No. 43419
Superintendent Pharmacist and Chief Operating Officer is Daniel Lee BSC (Hons), MRPharmS, MBA.
Information pertaining to the registration status of the Superintendent Pharmacist and the Pharmacy can be obtained by clicking here.
Life isn’t easy. If you have to organise repeat prescriptions for yourself, a family member or as a carer, that’s something else to worry about. Pharmacy2U is here to help make life easier, saving you time and effort, so you can get on with the important things. Pharmacy2U delivers your NHS repeat prescriptions direct to your home, or any address you choose, at no extra cost. We also have a free reminder service to call you when your prescription is due. And if you need advice or have any questions about your prescription, you can call and speak to a pharmacist.
Since 2001, Pharmacy2U has worked with the NHS to develop its repeat prescriptions service. NHS approved, it’s seen as more convenient by 96% of our patients. Regulated by the General Pharmaceutical Council, Pharmacy2U is independent, founded and run by UK pharmacists.
We continuously invest in research dedicated to finding new ways to help our patients improve the effectiveness of taking their medicines. Our single-minded commitment is to create outstanding pharmacy services that not only make your life easier but also help you gain the maximum benefit from your prescription.
General Pharmaceutical Council
Pharmacy2U are registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council with number 1090088.
Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
Pharmacy2U are authorised by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to sell medicines online.
Care Quality Commission
Pharmacy2U are regulated by the Care Quality Commission who are the independent regulator of health and social care in England.