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The surgery will be closed on all Bank holidays if you need advice or you need to see a doctor please call 111.

Bank Holiday Dates

Good Friday - 19th April 2019

Easter Monday - 22nd  April 2019

May Bank Holiday  - 6th May 2019

Spring  Bank Holiday - 27th May 2019

August Bank Holiday - 26th August 2019

Christmas Day - 25th December 2019

Boxing Day - 26th December 2019

New years Day - 1st January 2019

Repeat Prescriptions

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Please allow a minimum of 48 hours for your prescription to be prepared and be aware that it could take longer if your medication review date is overdue and/or there is a query relating to your request.Repeat medications are reviewed at regular intervals, this helps us review your continuing need for the medication as well as enabling us to monitor the effects of medication by checking blood tests, blood Pressure etc.

Prescriptions can now be sent electronically to any pharmacy of your choosing. If you would like to use this service please request and complete a pharmacy nomination request available from reception and give it to the pharmacy of your choice or go into a pharmacy and request that they set you up on the system.

We will not accept any requests for repeat prescriptions over the telephone – this is to safeguard you against any potential mistakes. If you want your prescription posted back to you then please provide a stamped addressed envelope.Arrangements can be made for your prescription to be delivered to a local chemist.

You can obtain your prescription online through this web site or EMIS access.

If you are on regular medication and require a prescription, please make your written request using the Practice tear off prescription request slip. Failure to do so may result in a delay processing your request. You can send your request by post but please enclose a stamped addressed envelope.

 
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