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Our App

We’ve teamed up with ‘My Local Pharmacy’ App to diversify our service for you and get digital!  This is the best way to communicate with Staveley Pharmacy about your repeat prescriptions and organise your medication better.

Please click here for more information about the app.

Set up in 3 easy steps:

1) Download the ‘My Local Pharmacy’ App
You can download the My Local Pharmacy App on the Apple Store and Google Play. It’s free!

2) Enter our Pharmacy ID
You will need to enter the Staveley Pharmacy ID to register on the app which is: NUM0045.

3) Connect with Staveley Pharmacy

Enter your details to register
Once registration is confirmed, you simply enter your repeat medication on the app.
You will only need to enter them manually the first time.
After this, you just need to press the ‘Re-order’ button.
We will let you know via the app when your request has been received, and when it is ready to be collected or delivered.

Please download the Apple or Android app and connect with us today.

Happy Customers

What our customers say

“Thank you Staveley Pharmacy for the way in which you dealt with my dad’s prescription following our call to NHS111.  It was very much appreciated.”

A Hames

“Didn’t have my prescription in stock due to suppliers being out of stock, so rang round other chemists in the area. When no luck the owner rang GP to get the prescription changed for a similar alternative. Stayed open late whilst waiting for GP to get back in touch. Incredible service and very much appreciated thank you.”

M Wardle

“Prompt and organised team, a huge and valuable range of services, from medication to health checks, and equipment. Staveley Pharmacy is most valued by the District nursing team.”

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