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Dispensary Email Address

If you have been prescribed a one off medication (not a repeat medication item) and feel you need some more please email enquiries@budbrookemc.nhs.uk and we will deal with your request within 2 working days.
Please provide as much information as you can including name, date of birth, address, medication details.

Please note this is not a service for ordering repeat medication.

Many thanks
Budbrooke Dispensary

Old medicines lying around the home ‘just in case’ are dangerous…

     If taken when they’re out-of-date

     If taken when not prescribed for you

     If in reach of little children

Please return all unwanted or out of date prescribed & household medicines to our dispensary or any pharmacy where they can be safely collected and disposed of.By returning out-of-date and unwanted medicines to our dispensary or pharmacy, we can make our homes a safer place.

Budbrooke Dispensary Delivery & Dosette Box Services

Our dispensary is now offering blister dossette boxes as a new service to their dispensing patients.

Dosette Boxes

- The dispensary will put your regular medicines in a special container called a Dosette Box.
- Blister packs are included in this service. 
- The aim is to help you remember to take them on the right day and at the right time. 
- This service is available to patients who have memory problems, eyesight problems, or people who have difficulties with their medication. 
- This service is free of charge. 


Home Deliveries

- Your medication will be delivered to your home.
- This service is available to patients who are housebound, elderly or who have difficulty in getting to the surgery dispensary.
- This service is free of charge.
- We can take your repeat request for the next month on our delivery.
- Deliveries will take place on a Friday.


Please contact the surgery dispensary on 01926 403881 to enquire about both of these services.

New Driving Law 

A new government law from 2nd March 2015 states that it's illegal to drive if either
- you're unfit to do so because you're on legal or illegal drugs
- you have certain levels of illegal drugs in your blood (even if they haven't affected your driving)

Your driving can be affected after taking certain drugs, this includes some prescription medication. For more information please pick up a leaflet from our dispensary or click here to visit the government website. 


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