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Welcome to Medicines2home.com

Medicines2home.com is a Huddersfield-based Delivery Only Pharmacy founded by a partnership of local GPs; Dr Yusuf Shamsee, Dr James Ward and Dr Paul Wilding. The pharmacy is run by qualified pharmacists and is regulated by the General Pharmaceutical Council. The pharmacy premises are located on Railway House, Station Street in Meltham, HD9 -5NX.

We are able to provide a free prescription collection from Oaklands Health Centre, Slaithwaite Health Centre, Meltham Group Practice, Honley Surgery and any other surgery located within our 5 mile radius. Please contact us to find out if your surgery is included in our list.

Our delivery service is fast and efficient, with our promise to deliver your medication within 48 hours of ordering from us. The areas we cover are Meltham, Holmfirth, Holmbridge, Thongsbridge, Netherthong, Honley, Lockwood, Slaithwaite, Marsden, Milnsbridge, Linthwaite, Golcar. We are also able to do longer-distance deliveries on an individual request.

Our range of services include Monitored dosage systems, care-home support, New Medicines Service, repeat ordering, waste medicine disposal and a pharmacy team including a qualified pharmacist available at all opening times for fast, friendly and expert health advice.

Our online store has over 8000 items available including pharmacy-only medications for purchase on our website with big discounts and better prices then supermarkets and other online pharmacies. These medications are supplied under the supervision of a pharmacist using our questionnaire for pharmacy only medication, ensuring the safe use of medication.

Please feel free to contact our pharmacy team on our Freephone number 0808 178 1607 if you would like more information on the services we offer.

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