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FLU VACCINATIONS:  Please click here for further information about this season's flu vaccinations.

Training Closures

The Practice will be closed for training on the following afternoons from 1.00 pm until normal closing time at 6.30pm. If you require information on obtaining medical help when we are closed for training, please click here

Tuesday 21 January 2020

Tuesday 11 February 2020

Tuesday 17 March 2020

Tuesday 19 May 2020

Tuesday 16 June 2020

Repeat Prescriptions

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If you are on long term medication, eg for asthma or diabetes, then to make things easier for you, the doctor may give you a repeat prescription. You will be given your usual prescription and an attached computerised re-ordering slip (right hand side of your prescription).

To obtain further prescriptions that have previously been authorised by a doctor, please use one of the following options:-

 

Mark items required on the computerised slip (right hand side of your prescription) and place it in the box in the waiting area.

 

Complete the computerised slip (right hand side of your prescription) and post it to the practice. Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope if you want prescription posting back out to you.

 

Via our online services, available 24hrs a day 7 days a week.

 

Large numbers of requests for repeat prescriptions are processed daily.

 

Prescriptions will be ready for collection 48 hours after ordering (excluding weekends and bank holidays).

 

Please do not request medication which has not been previously authorised for repeat by a doctor.

 

You will need to periodically see a doctor to review your medication and this will be shown on your re-order slip.

WHAT SHOULD BE IN  YOUR MEDICINE CABINET?

By keeping a selection of essential medications at home  you can treat common conditions in a timely manner, avoid unnecessary trips to see your doctor and/or visits to the A&E department.

 

 
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