If you’re on a lot of different medicines, having them dispensed into a blister pack (sometimes called a dosette box) can be really useful.
We can dispense your medication into these convenient packs for you for free, so you’ll know exactly what to take and when.
We offer free next-day delivery on all NHS prescriptions, including blister packs. Simply register with us for our home delivery service, and request a blister pack from our pharmacist.
What’s more, you will receive a free Live Well With Diabetes welcome pack* with your first repeat prescription delivery.
Dave L, Trustpilot
“Top quality service with a personal touch, fast and efficient. 10 out of 10, I definitely wouldn’t go anywhere else now”
“Zara the pharmacist is very warm, welcoming and helpful. The service is top-notch and I’d recommend to anyone out there”
Iain S, Bristol
“Your service is heaven … As soon as I call, I know I can speak to someone straight away”
“Just received my bi-monthly prescription. I highly recommend Spirit – thank you Zara“
We know how hard it can be sometimes to keep your blood glucose levels under control. To help keep you on track, we include a free Live Well With Diabetes welcome pack* with your first repeat medication delivery.
Our welcome packs include lots of useful guides & materials to assist you in managing your diabetes, such as foot care guides and monthly tracker sheets to monitor your progress.
Plus you can choose from items such as a free TEE2+ blood glucose meter, Flexitol foot care kit and handy hypo carry bag to give you that helping hand.
Not only that, we’ll send encouraging tips & advice with each delivery, and our pharmacists are on hand to support you in meeting your diabetes goals.
We receive your prescriptions electronically from your GP
We post out your medications & welcome pack for free
Each time you have a new prescription, we’ll deliver your medications & helpful items for free
Your GP surgery will send us your prescription electronically using the NHS Electronic Prescription Service, so we can quickly dispense it and post it to you.
Once we’ve received your prescription from your GP, we post out your medication for free next-day delivery via Royal Mail. If your order is via a paper-based prescription, this may take a little longer.
We deliver chilled items such as insulin for free. We use special multi-award-winning insulated packaging that exceeds guidelines. The packaging uses sustainable, compostable, recyclable or recycled materials.
No problem – we can release any urgent prescriptions to a local pharmacy for you to collect on the same day.
Although we are a diabetes-focused pharmacy, we dispense all types of medication so can fulfil any prescription.
You can order your prescription from your GP as normal – we will receive it and deliver it for free. You can also request us to order it for you.
We will include your welcome pack with your first medication delivery.
*A maximum of 1 x online diabetes education portal account, 1 x TEE2+ blood glucose monitor, 10 x lancets, 10 x blood glucose monitor strips, 1 x printed food portion guide, and 1 x printed monthly medication tracker are provided per patient with Type 2 diabetes.
*A maximum of 1 x free 56g tube of Flexitol heel balm with foot care guide, 2 x 50g pack of Lift Glucose Chews, 2 x 25g tubes of Glucogel and 1 carry bag are included per patient with Type 1 diabetes.
The items included in the Live Well With Diabetes welcome packs are intended as auxiliary aids for managing diabetes & to help promote healthy living, and will be included with the first prescription delivery. To be eligible for the welcome pack, patients must have a diagnosis of diabetes, be on an NHS repeat prescription including medication for diabetes. and be registered as an NHS prescription home delivery patient with Spirit Pharmacy.
We are part of the Spirit Health Group family, who have been empowering people with diabetes to take control of their health & change their lives for the better since 2009. We work closely with the NHS to deliver high-quality services such as diabetes education, blood glucose meters and primary care provision.