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Joydens Wood Pharmacy

Welcome to Joydens Wood Pharmacy

At Joydens Wood Pharmacy, we’ve been proudly serving our local community for over 60 years. From trusted products to prescriptions and advice, our friendly team offers expert help every time.

Whether you need a few everyday essentials, relief from seasonal coughs and sneezes or help with other complaints and conditions, we’re here for you.

And of course, if you need to collect a prescription, you know where to come. But did you know we now have a quicker, more convenient way to get prescriptions at no extra cost?

Introducing our FREE prescription delivery service

Why pop out to the pharmacy when your prescription can come to you?
Our free delivery service brings your medication to your door.

Simply nominate us as your preferred pharmacy by completing this online form, then let your surgery know when your regular medication is running low. They’ll send us your prescription electronically, and medication is ready, we’ll deliver it to you at no extra cost.

Please note that some surgeries participate in the Prescription Ordering Direct Scheme (POD). If this is the case with your surgery, simply call POD on 0300 131 1100between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. Again, one call is all it takes, as we then deliver your medication to your door.

It’s even easier with our FREE app

If you have a smartphone or tablet, ordering your repeat prescription is even easier. Nominate us as your preferred pharmacy here and download the app to your device here.

You can then order your repeat prescription direct from the app. No phone calls or trips out needed. We plan to add lots of other new feautures to make your life easier over next few months so do download and give us your feedback.

Want to find out more?

If you’d like more information about our free delivery service, our app, or you have any other queries, give us a call on 01322 522 711 or contact us via this website.
We look forward to hearing from you!

2 Birchwood Parade, Woodside Drive
Joyden's Wood
01322 522 711
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