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Blister Pack


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    • Weekly blister packs
    • Delivered FREE to your door
    • Organised by date and time
    • Fully managed service available


Free Blister Pack Medication Boxes

You can request a free blister pack medication organiser from our NHS registered UK pharmacy.

We have revolutionised what the bilster pack can be, and have packaged your medication in more mobile, and easier to use small pouches. This means you can easily take your medication with you if you're popping out for a day, or a long weekend. No need to carry your large plastic blister pack anymore, or fiddle around with cutting out that's days medication!

What is a blister pack?

A blister pack is a medication aid, which helps you take the correct tablets at the right time of day. They are usually made of recyclable cardboard and plastic and are organised by time of day and day of the week. This makes it easy for a patient to select the correct time and day, and push out all of their required medication for that time. 

Blister packs can help patients improve their adherence to their prescribed medication, and improve health outcomes. Blister packs are often used in care home settings to help patients and carers organise medicines.

Who can receive a free blister pack?

Our blister pack service is available to people who are on 4 or more NHS repeat prescription medications. It may be useful for people that struggle with remembering to order or take their medication at the right times. 

You can order a blister pack free of charge from our UK registered online pharmacy. We can organise your medication into the pack and deliver them to your home address every month.

These blister packs / boxes are perfectly suited for the elderly. They organise all medication in to the specific time of day, so all the patient needs to do, is tear open the single pouch, and take the medication inside.

How is a blister pack organised?

With our blister packaging, your tablets are organised into 4 weekly trays. Each week is separated into days. Each day is separated into:

  • Morning
  • Lunchtime
  • Evening
  • Bedtime

We organise your medications into their specific time slots for each day. For example, if you take one medication in the morning and at bedtime, we will put these tablets into the morning and bedtime slots for all 28 days. If you do not take any tablets at lunchtime, this slot will simply be empty.

We take away the hassle of organising your own medication. Some people can find it difficult to remember to take every tablet and it is common for people to miss a tablet occasionally. With our blister packs, we aim to make it easier to take your tablets and harder to miss a dose!

A tablet blister pack is different from a 7-day tablet box and our pill box product.

Our pharmacy dispensing team will organise your prescriptions each month from your GP (depending on your GP surgery. Your completed blister pack will then be delivered to your door.

7 Day Pill Box vs Simple Online Pharmacy Blister Pack Medication

We’ve outlined the key differences between these below:

  • For a 7 day pill box, you need to organise your own medication. With our blister packs, we organise your prescriptions, dispense your medication into the blister packs, and deliver these to you each month.
  • 7 day pill boxes only cover 7 days! Your 28 day blister pack is far more convenient and takes away the hassle of organising and planning your medicines.
Blister packs7 day pill box
We organise your medicines for youYou have to organise your medicines
No hassle of going to the pharmacyTime-consuming visits to the pharmacy
28 or 56 days worth of medicationOnly contains 7 days of medication

Register for your free monthly blister pack today from our pharmacy, by registering for our online NHS repeat prescription service. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our customer service team for further help.


How do I get blister packs from the pharmacy?

It's simple! Just register with us, and our team can sign you up for a free medication organiser for your NHS medication. You do have to be on at least 4 NHS medications to use this free service.

Do UK pharmacies charge for blister packs?

If you have 4 or more NHS repeat medications, we provide this service for free.

How do you use blister packs?

You simply push open the compartment for the right time of day and take the tablets out of the pack.

Does the blister pack contain all of my daily tablets?

Yes, unless you have medication that needs to be stored in the fridge, or need some medication kept outside the pack for other reasons.

Does it have a compartment for each day?

Yes, the packs contain 4 compartments for each day (morning, lunchtime, evening and bedtime).

What happens if I take a weekly tablet?

Weekly tablets can either be supplied alongside your packs or, if you let us know the day, in a separate pouch within your packs, at the right time and day.

What happens to my medicines that can’t go in the blister pack?

We will deliver these alongside your packs.

What happens if I have tablets I only take when needed?

These will also be sent alongside your packs, but in their original packaging to be taken when required.


Hywel McGlinchy, Clinical Pharmacist


Hywel McGlinchy

RoleClinical Pharmacist
Qual.Masters of Pharmacy
AboutHywel started with Simple Online Pharmacy in 2020. He's responsible for helping author and review accurate site content. He also works with our GPs to make sure all aspects of patient safety are covered. 

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