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Prescription Delivery Service


We deliver your NHS prescription on request in Epsom

Prescription delivery services are helpful if you’re somebody who regularly relies on prescription medication, living with a long-term illness or disability, or you care for someone who does. Although NHS prescriptions are usually affordable (and sometimes even free), the process of collecting a prescription, taking it into your pharmacy and paying on a regular basis can be time-consuming.

Our specialist delivery service allows you to have your medicines delivered directly to home or work.


How our prescription delivery service works

The first step to applying for prescription delivery in Epsom with Horton Pharmacy and Travel Clinic is to fill in our form, where you can nominate the Pharmacy as your chosen dispensary and provide us with some details. Feel free to contact us for further information.


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The second step is to contact your GP surgery and order your repeat prescription, informing them of your pharmacy choice. Once we have your prescription from the GP and your patient details, we can get ready to send out your medications when you need them.

The final step is the delivery of your medicines.

Please note: We offer 1 delivery a month, unless it is an emergency. Any extra deliveries will incur a £5 delivery fee. Sign up to make your life easier today!


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Please note: Flu vaccinations are unavailable until the 20th of September. If you are booking your vaccine in advance, please ensure that you book it for on or after this date.


Happy Customers

What our customers say

“I get all my mother’s NHS prescriptions there. The staff are all lovely, friendly, efficient and the pharmacists are very helpful and knowledgeable.”


“Coping so well under such unprecedented pressure – thank you all for continuing to provide a service to the local community.”


“Sharn provided excellent, impartial advice for travel inoculations and was able to administer them immediately for myself and my wife, in sharp contrast to the service experienced with our local GP.”