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Dear Patient,

The final Saturday clinic will be on the 24th November between 11am - 1pm. Please check with reception for available appointments or walk in on the day.

Flu injections for adults and nasal for children aged 2-3yrs old, will be available until the end of December, so make sure you book your appointment with the Nurse or HCA as soon as possible.

Thank you

Repeat Prescriptions

Nice_blue_pillsPlease allow 48 hours from request for the signed prescriptions to be collected. If you need a further supply of your medicines please mark (tick) clearly on the right side of the counter foil (White part) of the prescription slip with the items you need and leave in the REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS BOX located in reception.

When the surgery is closed you can leave your request by posting through the surgery post box / or if you wish to have the prescription posted back to your home address, please provide a stamped addressed envelope.

Alternatively, you can order your repeat prescription directly through this site. Click on the link above and complete the simple registration form.

How your local pharmacist can help

All chemists offer collection and delivery of prescriptions and advice on minor ailments. Whether near your place of work or home, you may want to utilise this service.

The practice can now send electronic prescriptions (EPS) direct to the pharmacy/chemist. You will need to complete an authorisation form and specify the chemist of your choice thereby removing the need to attend surgery to request or collect prescriptions.

However, please remember this is for your regular/repeat prescription. If you require additional /alternative medication, you would need to book an appointment with the GP.

As an alternative to attending the practice, you can ask your pharmacist for advice about choosing the right medicines for common minor ailments i.e. coughs, sore throats etc. Be sure to tell your pharmacist if you are taking other medicines - some medicines may not be compatible.

  • He / She can offer advice about a problem if you are not sure what is causing it.
  • Ask for advice about staying healthy.
 
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