If you do need help now, please contact:
NHS 111 - they can advise where to get help e.g. walk-in centres, out of hours doctor. You can also visit here https://111.nhs.uk/emergency-prescription to locate a local service that may be able to issue you an emergency prescription.
Your Local Pharmacy - they may be able to provide an emergency supply of your medication. You can locate a local pharmacy here: https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/find-a-Pharmacy
An NHS walk-in centre - if you require this service. You can find out where to find one here: https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/Walk-in centre/LocationSearch/663
999 - ask for the ambulance service if you are in immediate danger.
A&E - if you are in urgent need of care and can do so safely.
If your GP has issued the prescription to LloydsDirect and you can see this on your LloydsDirect Account, you can arrange to have your prescription returned directly to the NHS database. All you have to do is log into your LloydsDirect Account and go to:
I need my medication sooner
Follow the steps and we can release the electronic prescription we have received and make this available for any local pharmacy to retrieve and dispense.