Our Pharmacy Department provides medicine to our inpatients and outpatients across Aintree University Hospital, Broadgreen Hospital and the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.

If you need medication as part of your treatment with us, then the pharmacy team will support you to get the best out of your medicines.

Whether it’s helping to check your own medicines are suitable for use, prescribing your treatment, supplying or dispensing your medicines, pharmacy colleagues work alongside clinicians to ensure that we deliver the right medication, to the right patients at the right time.

Whilst you are in our care, a hospital pharmacist will be available to assist clinicians 24-hours a day.

Medicines hotline

Tel: 0151 529 3208
Monday to Friday, 8.45am-5pm, excluding bank holidays.

Aintree University Hospital

Lloyds Pharmacy
Tel: 0151 529 6018 or 0151 521 4965
Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm

Royal Liverpool University Hospital

Tel: 0151 706 4880 or 0151 709 7015
Monday to Friday, 9am-6pm
Saturday, 9am-1pm

For some patients with particular conditions, we can provide a homecare service, where we will deliver, and in some cases, administer your medication at home. Your clinician will advise if this is applicable to you.

When you leave hospital, please check with a member of ward staff that you have all your medicines and /or that you are clear on where to obtain any further supplies.

If you have any queries on the medications prescribed to you, please call the medicines hotline on 0151 529 3208, which is open Monday to Friday, 8.45am-5pm, excluding bank holidays.

More information

Inpatients

A colleague from Pharmacy will visit your ward each day to manage your medicines and prescription upon discharge.

Outpatients

Following an appointment, you may be given a prescription to collect on-site from our partners at Lloyds Pharmacy.

Aintree: Find us on the Ground floor.

Broadgreen:  Find us in the Alexandra Wing on the First floor.

Royal: Find us in Lloyds Pharmacy on the Ground floor.

Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is a research active trust, supporting and facilitating new innovative ways of providing healthcare to improve patient experience and outcomes. To find out about current research opportunities or register for future studies, please visit the Pharmacology Research page.