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We provide medicines for patients across our hospitals in Buckinghamshire.

Outpatient pharmacy service

Pharmacy@bucks provides outpatient pharmacy services at Amersham, Stoke Mandeville and Wycombe Hospitals. We help by:

  • providing hospital outpatient prescriptions only (including Trust private prescriptions)
  • giving expert advice about medications
  • providing a small range of over-the-counter medicines

Amersham Hospital

Tel: 01494 734278
Open: Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 2pm,
Please note we only offer a limited service, please call before you visit to check that we have what you need.

Wycombe Hospital (lower ground floor)

Tel: 01494 425753
Open: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays 9am – 5pm and on Tuesdays from 9.30am – 5pm

Stoke Mandeville Hospital (Located in the Mandeville Wing)

Tel: 01296 316447
Open: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fridays 9am – 5 pm
on Tuesdays from 9.30am – 5pm
and on Saturdays 9am to 1pm

Inpatient pharmacy service

We provide medication for patients staying on wards or who’re awaiting discharge.

Bringing medication with you if you’re staying in hospital

We’ll keep your medicines in a secure cabinet next to your bed and use the ones you’re familiar with during your stay. If these medicines run out, or you have started new ones, we’ll provide you with a further 28 days’ supply. We won’t leave you with less than 14 days’ supply of medication.

What if my medicines change?

We’ll tell you and ask you to take your old medicines away so that when you leave the hospital, you only have what you need.

If you think you have been given you the wrong medicines

Please contact our medicines helpline on 01296 838220. Please make sure you have the details of the ward or clinic you were attending when you call.

Contact us

Medicines helpline
Outpatient Pharmacy, Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Outpatient Pharmacy, Wycombe Hospital
Pharmacy Main Office
Medicines helpline

01296 838220

Midday to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

For questions about your medication, how to take it, dosage, side effects and drug use in pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Outpatient Pharmacy, Stoke Mandeville Hospital

01296 316447

Outpatient Pharmacy, Wycombe Hospital

01494 425753

Pharmacy Main Office

01296 315590

Patient information