A kind endorsement from Mr. and Mrs. Haddock of Cherry Hinton, CB1

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Mr. and Mrs. Haddock of Cherry Hinton, CB1
Mr. and Mrs. Haddock, Cherry Hinton, CB1, June 2020

In their own lovely words :

Mr. Haddock: “I think it is a fantastic service”
Mrs. Haddock: “It has made life easier, very good service, nothing to worry about.
PillSorted (Mo): “How are we different?”
Mr. Haddock: “You are regular, we get our meds on a regular basis”
Mrs. Haddock : “You are reliable … we are very pleased with the service…. keep up the good work”
PillSorted (Mo): “It really makes us proud that you feel this way about our service, we will do our best to keep it up”

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Ask Your Pharmacist

I am grateful to NHS for the informative campaigns they run. One particular one was the “Ask Your Pharmacist” campaign. NHS launched this campaign last October and it is planned to return annually. The aim is to highlight pharmacists as first point of call.

In NHS words: “Pharmacists are highly qualified health care professionals who can provide clinical advice and prompt treatment for common illnesses. They work with other professionals, such as doctors and nurses, to give you the best possible care as part of your local NHS team.

PillSorted is devoted to your health and wellbeing. We’re designing our pharmacy towards your preferences:

  • Your Personal Pharmacist is available for advice and treatment on many health issues that don’t necessarily need a GP or hospital appointment.
  •  You can enjoy a consultation from the comfort and privacy of your own home! Just give us a call or reach us via email.
  • Give your Personal Pharmacist a call or reach us via e-mail. Alternatively, you can organise a voice/video call via WhatsApp. 

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Personal Pharmacy? PillSorted we say…

Here’s why:

For You:

  • We’ve all embraced technology. We like to make video calls; we like to browse on-line and get things delivered; so why not have a health chat from the privacy and comfort of our home and then get our medicine delivered?
  • We don’t need to take a paper prescriptions to the pharmacy anymore. We choose our preferred pharmacy at our doctors, then your prescription arrives at our pharmacy electronically and saves us one leg of the trip… and all the hassle… and all the wait.

For The National Health Sevice:

  • The NHS has also embraced technology. Thanks to the NHS we now have Electronic Prescriptions.

Let me explain. Every month, pharmacies pack all the prescriptions dispensed in that month and send it to NHS, for payment. 

I remember when it was all green or other various color paper prescriptions, and we had to manually go through piles the size of two to three packs of 32 tissue rolls (the ones you can’t find nowadays!) and box them according to NHS guides. A tedious monthly routine! 

Since the arrival of Electronic Prescriptions and the digital medicine database, we know exactly what the doctors want, the NHS knows exactly what we’ve dispensed, and end of month is a click! 

Efficient, accurate and modern.

So, we thought of PillSorted. We’re a personal service right here at your door, using technology to deliver scientifically proven, up to date care.

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The National Health Service (NHS)

I have lived with the NHS for most of my life and want to say how fortunate I feel, and how grateful I am, to our National Health Service.

As a patient, there’s nothing more humane than getting compassionate and professional help, at you’re most vulnerable time. You know you’ll be taken care of, no matter what.

As a health-care professional, I’ve had the privilege of taking part in clinical and leadership training, contributing to public health campaigns and collaborating with local and national service provision. 

In all these we truly keep patients in our line of sight.

PillSorted is proud to be part of NHS. 

Our vision of  “All human scientific achievements in healthcare, available to all of the human race” is in line with NHS’ vision.

Our mission is to deliver scientifically proven, up to date and accurate care, to all of the human race. We are in a position to constantly interact with our patients, we pro-actively encourage living healthily, we enable early disease detection by querying conditions, and we review medications to help maintain treatment. 

Let’s help our national treasure to provide high quality, dignified care.


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