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Free Prescription Delivery

Get your prescriptions delivered to your door for free!

If you have a long term illness or a disability, the chances are you have a regular prescription too.  And if you do have a chronic condition or disability, you might find the process of collecting your medicines inconvenient and time-consuming.  You might be eligible for our prescription delivery service.

Staveley Pharmacy is excited to offer this service to our customers – using our own delivery vans!

How our prescription delivery service works

Our prescription delivery service is easy to set-up.

1)  Apply for the service by using the SIGN UP form.  We’ll need to check that you live in our delivery area and that you qualify for this service.

2)  Tell us which address you would like your prescription delivered to.  For example, it could be a relative or carer, whoever is best for you.  However, they’ll need to live within our delivery area, of course.

Staveley Pharmacy proudly supports our customers with services that can really make a difference.

So, please SIGN UP or get in touch with us if you are interested in this convenient service.

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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