Pharmazon Clinic Rx

Large, Safe, and Trusted Medicine Storage !

Product storage involves storing pharmaceuticals and related healthcare products in our pharmacy or warehouse.

The Process

 The purpose is to ensure we hold sufficient stock to be able to deliver the prescribed medication to our patients without delay.

Order Medicine

The medicines are ordered either directly from the manufacturer or from an approved distributor/wholesaler

Goods Checked

Goods are checked to ensure the products are free from defects, damage and have sufficient expiry dates.

Goods Availability

Goods are booked into our warehouse system and will be immediately available for the pharmacy or warehouse team to process orders.

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Storage Types

We provide two types of storage: ambient and refrigerated.

Temperatures Controlled

Some medicines are stored at room temperature, away from heat and light, while others are refrigerated in cold storage.

Refrigerate Medicine

These medicines get marked as fridge items for user convenience. And users must ensure to refrigerate them upon receipt.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here, ends all your doubts & queries…

Q1:What are the rules for medication storage in the UK?

All medicines issued must be stored in a locked cupboard that conforms to British Standards either BS3621 or BS2881. Medicine trolleys must be secured to the wall, except during the medicine round; they must only be used for medicines in current use, but not controlled drugs.

Q2: How is medication stored in a clinical setting?

Cupboards and all rooms should be locked and secure. All cupboards, closed storage units and medicines storage rooms (that is, those with doors) and pharmaceutical refrigerators in which medicines are stored should be lockable and should be locked closed when not being accessed.

Q3: What are the guidelines for storage of medication?

Know that heat, air, light, and moisture may damage your medicine. Store your medicines in a cool, dry place. For example, store it in your dresser drawer or a kitchen cabinet away from the stove, sink, and any hot appliances. You can also store medicine in a storage box, on a shelf, or in a closet.

Q4: What is storage conditions?

Describes a climatic condition or a general storage condition under which an substance or product is stored. Criteria for storage conditions may, for example, include temperature, humidity, brightness, atmospheric pressure, and so on.

Q5: What is good storage conditions?

Storage areas should be designed or adapted to ensure good storage conditions. In particular, they should be clean, dry, have adequate circulation and maintained within acceptable temperature limits.

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