You may be able to get your medicine or a prescription in one of the following ways:
- seeing a local GP and asking for a prescription.
- asking a local pharmacist if they can provide an emergency supply of your medicine.
- in some cases, a nurse at an NHS walk-in centre may be able to supply your medicine or a prescription.
Similarly, you may ask, can I ring 111 for a prescription?
If you have a prescription Use the NHS pharmacy service search to find other nearby pharmacies and their opening hours – some are open until midnight or even later, even on public holidays. If you’d like to speak to someone first, call NHS 111 free of charge by dialling 111 on your mobile or landline.
Additionally, how do I get a doctor to fill my prescription? There are several ways to refill your prescription:
- In person. Go to the pharmacy where you originally filled your prescription, request a refill, and either wait for it or come back to pick it later.
- By phone. Use the pharmacy’s phone number listed on your medicine label to call in your refill.
- By mail.
Similarly, it is asked, can I get a prescription without seeing a doctor?
Telemedicine—which let’s people find a physician, schedule an appointment, and get care all in the comfort of their own home or office—also means being able to get a prescription quickly without having to go to the doctor’s office.
Can you get a prescription over the phone?
Indeed, telehealth platforms have come so far that you can now see a doctor face-to-face remotely right on your phone. These “phone doctors” are fully-trained physicians who are able to discuss your medical history and current symptoms, examine you, and write you a prescription, as needed, wherever you may be.