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Feb 2020 - we are experiencing extremely high demand during the winter period.   We apologise for delays with routine appointments. 

**FLU VACCINES ARE STILL AVAILABLE - FREE FOR PATIENTS 65 AND OVER OR IN A CLINICAL 'AT RISK' GROUP OR AGED 2 OR 3.**

 

WE HAVE A MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER, MUSCULOSKELETAL PRACTITIONER AND A PHARMACIST WORKING AT THE PRACTICE.  THESE SPECIALIST PRACTITIONERS ARE AVAILABLE TO BOOK APPOINTMENTS WITH.  THE RECEPTIONIST WILL ASK BRIEF QUESTIONS IN ORDER TO DIRECT YOU TO THE APPROPRIATE CLINICIAN - THIS INFORMATION REMAINS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL TELEPHONE CALLS ARE RECORDED FOR TRAINING, MONITORING AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION PURPOSES. 

 

 

 

Repeat Prescriptionsmulticolour_pills

You may order your prescription either on-line via the Home link at the top of this page, then scroll down to the bottom of the page, (you will need to obtain a username & password from the surgery) or in writing using the tear off slip on your last prescription.

 

If ordering in writing, please circle the item(s) that you require. It is very helpful to write your telephone number on the tear off slip as we may need to contact you urgently. Please also write on the slip where you would like to collect your prescription from (Stonehill or Highfield).

You can post your request in the prescription boxes at either surgery. If you wish to have the prescription returned by post, you must include a stamped addressed envelope. Allow at least two working days for postal requests to arrive.

If collecting your prescription, all orders submitted before 17:30 Monday to Friday will be ready after 15:00 the following working day.

Most pharmacies offer an ordering and collection collection service and also have the facility to receive your prescription directly from us electronically.  If you wish to use a pharmacy collection service please let us know which pharmacy you'd like to nominate.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

 
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