Pharmacies are legally required to accept prescriptions from other EU countries as long as these prescriptions fulfil certain conditions. You’ll find these conditions on page ‘More about treatment in another EU country', paragraph ‘Prescriptions from another EU country’.
If this is not the case, you need to ask your doctor to issue a new prescription that contains the required details.
If your prescription fulfils the conditions, we advise you, in case you are dealing with a Dutch pharmacy, to refer the pharmacist to the information on our website regarding prescriptions from another EU member states (page 'Information for healthcare providers', paragraph 'Prescriptions from another EU country').
In case the Dutch pharmacy still does not accept your prescription, you can file a complaint at the National Healthcare Report Centre (Landelijk Meldpunt Zorg).