London Pharmacy opening hours for The Platinum Jubilee Bank Holidays 2022 Bank Holidays can affect the opening hours of local pharmacies. This document provides the opening hours for pharmacies in London which have been asked to open over the Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday period. Please note that Saturday 4 th June and Sunday 5th June 2022 are not a bank holidays, however there will be some pharmacies who normally open who will be closed on these days. There may be additional pharmacies opening which are not listed. If the pharmacy you would like to visit is not listed here, then you can check their opening hours by searching at www.nhs.uk/service-search/find-a-pharmacy or by calling NHS 111

Bees Chemist 261 Wick Road, Hackney E9 5DG 020 8985 5265 2/6/22 10:00-14:00 3/6/22 10:00-14:00

Dev’s Chemist 103a Dalston Lane, Dalston E8 1NH 020 7249 8060 2/6/22 10:00-14:00 3/6/22 10:00-14:00

Important - New Prescription System

We are changing our prescription system. If you already have your login details for EMIS then you can click here to order your prescription. 


Repeat Prescriptions

medication4We offer a repeat prescription service at the practice.  Prescription requests can be left at reception or posted using the repeat section at the back of your current prescription. 

Alternatively, you can order your repeat prescription directly through this site or if you have the online access app. Click on the link above and complete the simple registration form for the site or call the surgery line and ask one of the receptionist to set you up with online access.

Please allow 48 hours for us to process your request and we are unable to issue items that are not on a repeat prescription via this service; your prescription will be ready to pick up after 3pm. 

Please ensure you enclose a stamped addressed envelope if you require your prescription to be posted to you. 

Due to the current pandemic we are accepting telephone requests for repeat prescriptions.

You may be asked to see a doctor if your medication review date has passed before your prescription is re-issued.

 

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