Day Lewis Pharmacy South Molton
For healthcare services you and your family can rely on, the team at your local Day Lewis Pharmacy in South Molton have got you covered. Give us a call or visit us in Medical Hall on East Street, to discuss how we can help. We offer health advice, support and a full range of prescription medicine services too. If you want to stop smoking, book a vaccination or pick our brains about travel health, we're happy to help. And we can provide a number of our services free of charge*. We are a Healthy Living Pharmacy, dedicated to preventing ill health whenever we can. For details of what's on offer at your local South Molton pharmacy, just browse the links below. *exclusions apply. Check with the team to see if you qualify.
Getting your prescription medicines in South Molton
It's easy, quick and convenient to collect prescription medicines from your local Day Lewis Pharmacy in South Molton. We also offer other prescription services, including expert advice. If you're just starting on a new medicine or you're just out of hospital, our friendly team can give you a bit of extra support. If you run out of medicine, just ask us about an emergency prescription. And we can also discuss your eligibility for online repeat prescriptions, as well as any collection and delivery options.
Pharmacy First Service
From the 31st of January 2024, your local Day Lewis pharmacist can treat you for seven common conditions without you needing to visit your GP. Under the NHS Pharmacy First Service you can be treated for urine infection, sinusitis, ear infection, impetigo, sore throat, shingles, and infected insect bite. Our highly qualified pharmacists can provide over the counter or prescription treatment for these conditions. For more information on the eligibility criteria for these services, click here. click here
Book pharmacy services
Car Parking, Consultation room available, Disabled parking
Seasonal flu vaccination service (not at risk groups)
Inhaler technique service
Blood pressure monitoring
Medication review service
Supervised consumption of medicines
Appointment booking for consultations not required
Seasonal flu vaccination service (at risk groups)
Private consultation room
Prescription delivery service
Prescription collection from local General Practices
New medicine service
Appointment booking available for consultations
Private flu vaccine
Needle and Syringe Programme
Healthy Start Vitamins
Emergency Contraception (EHC)
Delivery of medicines to patients homes for eligible patients
Community Pharmacist Consultation Service
New medicines service
Hypertension Case finding service (blood pressure testing)
Flu vaccination service
Disposal of unwanted medicines
Dispensing medicines and appliances and repeat dispensing
Weekly Monitored Dosage Systems (dossette boxes/trays) for eligible patients
Public health (promotion of healthy lifestyles)
Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
Minor ailment service
NHS blood pressure check service
Mobile app to manage repeat prescriptions
NHS Pharmacy Contraception Service
SMS repeat prescription reminders
COVID-19 lateral flow tests (eligible NHS patients)
Minor ailments, vaccinations and other health services
A minor ailment like a cough, thrush or diarrhoea doesn't always need a visit to your GP. Our South Molton pharmacy team can help. Get in touch with us to find out which conditions are covered by us as part of the NHS Minor Ailments scheme. As well as our Community Pharmacist Consultation Service, you can book vaccinations, arrange health checks, get advice on sexual health, travel health and lots more. If you have a medical issue, give us a call or visit our pharmacy in-store to find out how we can help.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can track your prescription and be alerted when its ready to collect by signing up to our NHS Repeat Prescriptions ordering platform, which can be found here prescriptions.daylewis.co.uk.
Speak to your pharmacy team and they can advise you on which services you will need to book an appointment for, if any.
Masks are no longer mandatory in our pharmacies; our colleagues and patients have the choice if they would like to wear one or not. Please respect all individuals’ choices.