Let Echo deliver your prescriptions straight to your door

Looking for ways to make your life easier? Here’s a quick and easy way to get your family medicine delivered when and where you need it.

In our hectic lives it’s always a relief to find shortcuts that make everything a bit easier. And wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have the hassle of collecting NHS prescriptions any more? Well, the good news is that those prescriptions can be delivered straight to your door for free, thanks to LloydsPharmacy. No more joining the queue at your local chemist! If you sign up for our free NHS prescription delivery service, Echo by LloydsPharmacy, you get free, flexible delivery to suit you.

All you have to do is go to or download the Echo app. In two short steps you tell the Echo team which GP surgery you’re registered with and what medicines you need. Echo will then send a prescription request to your GP and, once this has been approved, Echo will let you know so you can pay the standard NHS charge, unless of course you are exempt. Once payment has been received, the Echo pharmacy checks and dispenses your prescription and delivers it to you at home, work, or one of 10,000 click-and-collect venues – whichever suits you best. In other words, Echo provides a shortcut to your prescriptions and your life gets a whole lot easier.

Echo even takes the hassle out of repeat prescriptions, because you’ll receive reminders to reorder in good time. Echo can manage up to six prescriptions per account, which helps keep you and your family fit and healthy seamlessly and without the stress. Managing your household’s medicine needs this way is a whole lot easier, saving you time and hassle so you can get on with enjoying life more.

So, if you’ve got a packed to-do list, or you’d just like to relax a bit more, here’s one chore you can cross off permanently. Anyone over 18 whose GP surgery is in England qualifies for this free and practical service. Hurry up and let Echo take care of your prescriptions – and deliver them straight to your door for free.



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