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Bank Holiday opening

We are open this weekend as usual, but closed on Bank Holiday Monday. This poster shows details of local pharmacies open on 26 August. For wider availability please go to www.nhs.uk.

Electronic prescriptions

This service is now available for patients of some practices in North Hampshire.  If your practice has signed up for this and you have a repeat prescription, it can now be signed and sent to a pharmacy of your choice electronically.  If you would like to take advantage of this service, please ask for a Nomination Form when you are next in the pharmacy. Once you have authorised Anstey Road Pharmacy as your receiving chemist, your GP can send us your e-prescription electronically.  The system is totally safe - and it usually takes less than a hour for a prescription to reach us.

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Bank Holiday opening

We are open this weekend as usual, but closed on Bank Holiday Monday. This poster shows details of local pharmacies open on 26 August. For wider availability please go to www.nhs.uk.

New app to order repeat prescriptions 'on the go' 24/7 - coming soon

 Anstey Road Pharmacy takes pride in knowing its customers well and striving to meet all their healthcare needs.  Long opening hours – including Saturdays and Sundays - and free parking right outside already make it the pharmacy of choice for many – but a new innovation is set to widen its appeal still further.

 “We are excited to be launching a new App shortly,” explained Superintendent Pharmacist Wasif Ansari.  “It enables customers to request that we order their repeat medication 24/7, and informs them when it is ready for collection.  The process is entirely secure and we hope it will be available before Easter.  We are asking people to register their interest now, by completing a form in the pharmacy or downloading one from here [Interest in App information Feb18and emailing it to us, so we can let them know as soon as we are ready,” he added. 

 

 

 

 

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