Free Consultation - Discreet Next-Day Delivery - ED Treatment from £8.99
  • Call
  • 0208 123 0703

The best practice practice.

Dr Graham Stretch, our Prescribing Pharmacist

Next Day Delivery

Free Consultation

Free Prescription

Never put your faith in a packet of pills.
Put it into the qualifications of the people who prescribe them.
That's our firm belief.
At the head of our company we are fully qualified NHS pharmacists.
Qualified to prescribe.
And qualified to dispense.

Read more

Working for you.
Making our practice perfect.

Three easy steps
to your medication

Select Treatment

Select the treatment your require
from the homepage,
or select from the menu at the top.

Free Consultation

Complete a free online medical questionnaire to see if this treatment is suitable for you.


Pay for your treatment using our secure card payment system.

Express Pharmacy Reviews

At Express Pharmacy, we take customer service seriously and we are proud of the great feedback we've received from our customers.


Service rating : Amazing service so far and easy thank you very much
Product : Amazing service so far and easy thank you very much

Read More

Service rating : Speedy service and competitive costs.
Product : Does the job very effectively.

Read More

Service rating : Easy to order and fast delivery
Product : They work as advertised ...

Read More
View All Reviews

Recent Blog

Learn more about common health problems affecting many of us every day. Our regular blog attempts to answer some of the health questions commonly asked by you.

Post: Fri 11 October 2019 by Tim Deakin

How Diet Impacts Cystitis

What foods are helpful, what foods are harmful, and what are the common misconceptions about cystitis?

Read More
Post: Fri 4 October 2019 by Tim Deakin

How Did the Smoking Ban Change Our Relationship With Cigarettes?

This Stoptober, we’re taking a closer look at how the 2007 ban impacted our health and wellbeing

Read More
Post: Tue 1 October 2019 by Tim Deakin

The Impact of Alcohol on Migraines

Causes of migraines are famously hard to pinpoint, but research shows that alcohol can make symptoms worse

Read More