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DUE TO THE NEW LOCKDOWN FACE TO FACE CONTACT WILL BE KEPT TO AN ABSOLUTE MINIMUM. MORE VIDEO CONSULTATIONS WILL BE TAKING PLACE SO PLEASE ENSURE WHEN BOOKING APPOINTMENTS MOBILE NUMBERS ARE UP TO DATE. NON ESSENTIAL/NON URGENT PROCEDURES WILL BE DEFERRED.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT CHILDHOOD IMMUNISATIONS AND CERVICAL SCREENING ARE CONTINUING DURING LOCKDOWN.

WE APPRECIATE THAT OUR PHONE LINES ARE BUSY BUT PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL US WITH CLINICAL MATTERS. YOU MUST PHONE THE SURGERY IF YOU REQUIRE ATTENTION FROM A CLINICIAN. THANK YOU

PRESCRIPTIONS / POD:

Please note we DO NOT take prescription requests over the telephone. If you wish to order your medication please order online or contact the POD on 02476 246025

 

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    • Repeat prescriptions are normally for patients with long-term conditions who receive regular treatment.

    • Your doctor will explain the repeat prescription system upon beginning regular treatment.

    • You can order a repeat prescription by coming down to the surgery and putting your request on paper or through the POD service

    • PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT ACCEPT PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS OVER THE PHONE.

    • To order your prescription online please click on the link at the top of this page. New users are required to complete a simple registration prior to using the service.

    • Please provide the exact drug names wherever possible.

    • Please allow at least 48 hours after submitting your request before collecting your prescription from the surgery or your chosen chemist.

    • Your doctor will review all repeat prescriptions regularly.

    • Patients with some chronic illnesses such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and asthma will be seen regularly for monitoring of their condition.

    • Please tell us of any changes to your repeat prescription list made at the hospital or if you stop any medication by yourself

    • Do not stockpile unwanted drugs at home – return them to your chemist, and do not order drugs that you do not need - this costs the NHS millions every year

 
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