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Patient access:  Book online and save time, it is simple, quick and easy.

To be able to book or cancel appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view your health record, and more please opt for patient access.

All that you need to do for this service, is to register with the practice.  Either ask at reception for details or visit patient.info/patientaccess

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To order prescriptions via Patient Access click below.

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Acute Prescriptions

You will not be able to order ACUTE medication through this on-line facility

Repeat Prescriptions

You can order medication in the following ways:

  • ON-LINE - please contact reception to set this up initially
  • BY POST - with a stamped addressed envelope if you want the paper prescription posted back to you
  • Whilst we are not able to invite our patients into the practice due to  covid-19 outbreak we are able to take telephone request over the phone

You can order your medication up to 7 days before you run out.

You should expect most repeat medication items to be processed within 2 working days. Sometimes this may take longer if there have been any changes to your medication or your health or if you are due a review.  Therefore, it is suggested that you request medication 7 days before you run out so that this can be discussed with you if needed.

You should expect the following items to be processed within 7 working days, to allow for the clinical checks to be completed on them:

  • Any new medication
  • Medication for which blood test monitoring is required
  • Items that are not on repeat prescription
  • Items for which a review is due

Emergency Medication Requests

PLEASE NOTE: This is only for emergencies and all requests are monitored

Nominate a Pharmacy to collect your prescription from

In order for you to collect your prescription please call into the pharmacy of telephone the practice and nominate a pharmacy, this will ensure your prescription will be ready for you when its due.

 

 
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