Prescription Medical Stockings in 3 Easy Steps
Are you entitled to Prescription Hosiery?
If the Answer is yes then follow these 3 Easy Steps to get your Prescription Medical Compression Stockings / Arm Sleeves from Daylong.co.uk
Obtain your prescription
Once you have been measured by your GP / Nurse / Doctor for your hosiery collect your prescription. For a list of hosiery available on prescription in the UK click these links.
Send your prescription to Daylong Freepost:
Freepost DY501, Daylong, 10 Cossall Industrial Estate, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, DE7 9BR
Please make sure you provide your name, address and telephone number or email address in case we need to contact you.
if you have to pay for your prescriptions then simply call us Freephone on 0800 195 0160, where we will take a secure payment from you over the telephone. For help email firstname.lastname@example.org
Your order will be processed
Your order will be processed and dispatched FREE* direct to your door
- *Free Postage is for Standard 1st Class Post (Royal Mail), we also offer Guaranteed next working day and recorded post, please call for more information.
- Where necessary, payment must be sent with the prescription unless exempt. Payment can be made via credit or debit card, or by cheque made payable to ‘Daylong Supports.’ All appropriate charges MUST accompany the order. For guidance please contact us.
- Where appropriate please include the brand name of the item you wish to receive.
- Your prescription, including the reverse, must be fully completed, this includes a signature and date from the person who prescribed your hosiery. Incomplete forms will be returned which may cause a delay to your order.
Send your hosiery Prescription to Daylong
If you would like to take advantage of our prescription service please post your original prescription, any letter from your GP and payment (if applicable) to:
10 Cossall Industrial Estate
Please make sure you send us your name, address and telephone number or email address so that we can contact you regarding any queries with your prescription.
NHS Direct Contact Details
You should call the NHS "111" service if you need medical help fast, but it’s not a 999 emergency.
For further information on this service visit the NHS Direct Website: http://www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk/