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The Reception Team have been instructed by the GP Partners to ask their patients a couple of non intrusive questions for them to be able to give you access to the most appropriate clinician on the day.

Our did not attend policy has been amended from 1 April 2016, for further details see appointments tab.

Repeat Prescriptions                                     Nice_blue_pills

Methods for requesting repeat prescriptions

  • Indicate on your repeat slip which items you require and leave the slip in the prescription box in the waiting room.
  • Put your request in writing and mail to the surgery, this will take longer than 48 hours, dependant on postage delay time
  • Fax your requirements to 01908 520975
  • Order your repeat prescriptions online using the request form on the website (link above)

Prescriptions requests cannot be accepted by telephone

Please remember to allow 48 hours for all prescription requests to be processed.

As the patient you are responsible for ordering your repeat prescription within the stated timescale below.

We are unable to 'fast track' repeat prescriptions even if they are marked urgent.

Your Prescription needs to arrive at the surgery before 2pm. If it is received after this time it will be treated as being recieved the following day.

Request Before 2pm on

Collect After 2pm on

Monday

Wednesday

Tuesday

Thursday

Wednesday

Friday

Thursday

Monday

Friday

Tuesday

 

Request After 2pm on

Collect After 2pm on

Monday

Thursday

Tuesday

Friday

Wednesday

Monday

Thursday

Tuesday

Friday

Wednesday

(Saturday and Sunday are not working days)

(Repeat contraceptive medications can only be issued after an appointment with the nurse.)

If you collect your prescription from a pharmacy please allow 2 extra days for these.

Arrangements to collect your Prescription can be made with Boots, Smiths and Jardines. it is the patient’s responsibility to arrange the collection.

 

 
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