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CONTACT: 

01753 313000

FAX NUMBER:

01753 313010

WORK TIME: 07:00am-10.30pm
Saturday 09:30am-08.00pm
Sunday 10:00am-10.00pm
Willow pharmacy / Using NHS Prescriptions

NHS Prescriptions At Willow Pharmacy

Prescriptions Matter

Willow pharmacy are proud to be providers of a key aspect of the NHS. Working with our medical colleagues to see that patients receive the medicines they need.

Willow also provide related NHS services, listed on our prescriptions page. Extra support to help Langley & Slough residents get the best from NHS prescriptions.

You will see below information on charge exemption and the variety of medical staff we dispense prescriptions from.

WILLOW PHARMACY HELP MANAGE REPEAT AND BATCH PRESCRIPTIONS

Exemption From Charges

Prescriptions are free if you hold a valid Exemption Certificate. This could be for conditions such as diabetes, epilepsy, cancer (MedEx) or because you are pregnant, or had a baby in the last 12 months (MatEx). You will also be exempt if you are:

  • Now aged over 60, or under 16 years of age.
  • Aged 16, 17 or 18 and in full time education.
  • Hold a valid prescription pre-payment certificate.
  • Hold a valid War Pension exemption certificate.
  • Hold a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate.
  • Receive Income Support, or Income Related ESA.
  • Hold a valid HC2 (help with costs) certificate.
  • Are prescribed free-of-charge contraceptives.

If you need help filling in the back of your prescription, our staff are happy to assist. They can also offer advice on how to check if you are exempt from payment. Why not:
Ask For Advice  

Professionals We Support

As part of our NHS prescriptions service in Langley & Slough, we dispense prescriptions from a range of practitioners. You are welcome to contact us if you hold a prescription from any professional, although most we work with are shown in the list below:

  • Doctors, such as a GP at your local surgery.
  • Dentists registered and practicing in the UK.
  • Nurse prescribers and registered midwives.
  • Qualified pharmacists who offer consultation.
  • Hospital physicians (commonly on form FP10).
  • Supplementary prescribers such as podiatrists.
  • NHS Walk in Centres and Out of Hours Clinics.
  • Licenced substance misuse treatment centres.

Helping you manage NHS prescriptions is part of our service, which includes collecting prescriptions from GPs, via the Electronic Prescription Service.

You are welcome to call on 01753 313000 at any time during the opening hours