- Please read the information leaflet that is provided with all medication before taking it and let us know if the medication is not suitable for you as per the information provided in the leaflet
- If the prescription has been requested by you via the telephone, please use this medication as directed and if there is no improvement, any changes in symptoms, symptoms gets worse or you develop any side effects make an appointment to see the doctor for assessment/ telephone advice
- If the prescription has been issued as a result of a recent swab/ urine test/ specialist advice at surgery or hospital, which may require treatment, and if you feel no better after completion or any side effects at all, make an appoitment to see the doctor
- We are unable to issue the medication you have requested that day if it is inappropriate/ not in your repeat medication list/ overused/ your medication review is overdue/ bloods required/ Chronic illness review is overdue. If so make an appointment to see the doctor
- We are unable to issue the medication you have requested that day if that certain medication has been stopped or changed. If so make an appointment to see the doctor
Please do not request any antibiotics for FLU symptoms. If you are not sure make an appoitment to see the Doctor.
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The prescription requests can be made by a variety of methods:
- By using prescription slip. Tick the one you require
- By post with SAE
- Your medication request can be accepted via the phone, only those who are house bound or use carer service. If you choose this method, it will only be accepted by reading from the prescription slip
- By internet. If you are registered for this service- please ask at reception for details
Repeat prescriptions will normally be ready within 2 working days of the request being made (excluding weekends and Bank holidays)
If you are overdue your medical review by 3 months, your repeat prescription will not be issued.