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How does our medical service work

All our medication is dispensed from HealthLineRX, subject to the completion of a an online medical consultation at no extra cost. If the treatment you are after is approved by one of our GMC registered doctors, a prescription will be issued and the treatment will be delivered to you through our free same or next day delivery service. We cover a range of medications to treat erectile dysfunction, hair lossweight loss, diabetesasthma, female contraception, smoking and many others. We are always on the look out for new, approved prescription treatments for medical issues to ensure you truly have a wide choice of help without leaving your seat.

Trust and Confidence

We look to provide a professional, premium service, focused on putting the customers’ health first therefore our online doctors’ service is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). We only provide 100% genuine medication as we understand a healthy person is a happy person.

  • – Genuine medications dispensed from our UK pharmacy.
  • – Registered UK pharmacy providing approved treatments with same or next day delivery
  • – Doctors service registered with the CQC (Care Quality Commission)
  • – Wealth of medical experience from our pharmacists to doctors

We do also stress that although we offer an online consultation, this should not be seen as a replacement of the value of a physical examination and one-on-one consultation with your doctor.

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