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86 People
Number of people in A&E department
0:55 Hours
Average wait to be seen by a clinician
2:30 Hours
Average time in the department


The Pharmacy department care for patients, by providing the right medicines, ensuring their best use, and providing information and advice about medicines to both patients and to the professionals who treat them.

Inpatient services

Please bring in all of your medication along with a copy of your repeat medication. This will help us to accurately review and keep you on the best medicine for you.

During your in-patient hospital stay you will have an opportunity to ask the clinical pharmacists about your medication.

When you are being discharged, you will be provided with at least two weeks’ worth of medicine unless you are on a short course of medicines, in which case we will give you enough for the course.

The directions on how you should take the medicine will be on the label.

Please take time to read the label and check that you know when to take it and how this will fit into your schedule.

If you have any questions – please ask – we are here to help.

You will also be given a letter that will list your medication and treatment. The next time you go to your chemist take this along so they can update their records.

Outpatient Dispensing Service

The Lloyds Pharmacy Outpatient dispensing service is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 6pm. 

Please call 0118 322 7798 for queries about your clinic medication.