NHS Repeat Prescription ServicePrescription Delivery

Available in England only

NHS & Private Prescriptions are delivered for FREE via Royal Mail Tracked Service.

Simple and Secure.

At LloydsPharmacy we want to make receiving your prescription medicines as easy and secure as possible. Therefore, both our NHS Prescriptions and Private Prescriptions are delivered for FREE via Royal Mail Tracked to any UK, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and Channel Islands address of your choice. Please note your prescription medication must be signed for upon delivery, either by yourself or a nominated representative over 16 years old.

If you are not about at the time of delivery then Royal Mail will leave contact information to arrange a redelivery or collection at your convenience.


Your confidentiality is very important to us, therefore we understand that some of our customers may want to be discreet about their prescription medications. With this in mind, our packaging is completely confidential and won’t give any indication of its contents, making the delivery process secure and subtle.

On Time

Our prescription medicines will be delivered to you on time each month. Our customer service team will call to discuss your requirements and helpful email/text message reminders will prompt you if we need to hear from you.

Delivery Restrictions

We do not send refrigerated medicines or controlled drugs by Royal Mail delivery. If you have a prescription for refrigerated medicines or controlled drugs our telephone team will advise and organise collection of these in one of our 1600 nationwide stores.

Medicine Safety

Prescription medication is valid for six months from the date it is prescribed – unless the prescription medication is a controlled drug. Repeat prescriptions must also be dispensed within the first six months the prescription was issued. Following this, the repeat prescription can also continue to be valid for more than six months, according to the directions found on your prescription. Therefore, we advise that you always follow the instructions provided by your GP, health professional or pharmacist.