If you are a new or existing Horton Pharmacy and Travel Clinic customer with regular medication needs, why not take advantage of our free online repeat prescription ordering service? It’s easy to set up – plus did we mention it’s free?
Your time is at a premium so going back and forth from your GP to the pharmacy can be a pain. Using our online prescription service is easy to do and hassle-free to use:
– Initial set up only needs to be done once
– You’ll receive reminders to order your meds when they’re due
– Get notifications when your prescription is ready to collect
– Don’t have to visit the GP surgery each time you need your medication
– Saves you time plus travel costs
– It’s free!
Signing up with Horton Pharmacy and Travel Clinic gives you access to all our services.
After registering online with Horton Pharmacy and Travel Clinic, you can choose the repeat prescription ordering service. Just complete the online ordering form and it comes straight to the pharmacy for organising and processing.
With Horton Pharmacy and Travel Clinic getting your prescriptions is easy and hassle-free!
You can contact us for more details on our prescription services and check to see if our services fit in with your lifestyle.
Repeat prescription service is only available if you have regular medication. If you need a new prescription or need to change the medication you are using, you may still need to see your GP.
Go for it and sign-up for our prescriptions services today!
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.
“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.”