OPENING TIMES FOR DISPENSARY :
8.45AM TO 6.30 PM MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY
9AM TO 6.30PM THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
DISPENSARY TELEPHONE LINE AND ANSWER MACHINE - 01507 603695
We are permitted to dispense drugs at the surgery to those patients who live more than one mile from the chemist as the crow flies.
How Do I....
Obtain A Repeat Prescription?
With the doctor's prior agreement, authorised repeat prescription items can be obtained from the surgery without seeing the doctor. Repeats should be ordered at the dispensary and wherever possible the tear-off order forms which are issued with each prescription should be used. Using order forms makes for a safer and more efficient system. It is vital that no mistakes are made where medicines are involved.
All the local chemists collect prescriptions daily from the surgery. If you wish to use this service please indicate your preferred chemist on your repeat order form. You can order your authorised repeat medication over the telephone or by using the repeat prescription slip which can be handed in at the dispensary hatch, your chemist or posted through the door, alternatively you can fax your order to dispensary.
Take advantage of our new alternative way of ordering
You can now order your prescription online, you will need to speak to a member of our dispensary team to set this up the first time. It is simple and easy!
PLEASE ALLOW A MINIMUM OF 48 WORKING HOURS WHEN RE-ORDERING SCRIPTS AND REMEMBER TO ALLOW TIME FOR WEEKENDS AND BANK HOLIDAYS.
The dispensers are not authorised to issue medication that are not listed on the authorised order form. In such cases the doctor must be contacted directly. A medication review must be done on a regular basis for all repeat items. The date when a repeat prescription item requires a review will be indicated on your repeat prescription paper. Please ensure you make an appointment in good time.
We offer a dispensing review of used medicines (DRUM) for our dispensing patients. Please ask our dispensary team for details of this service
Urgent Medication Requests:
Should you ever require URGENT medication outside of the surgery opening hours, please contact 111. CALL NHS 111 FREE from your landline or mobile to speak to the out of hours service
WHEN THE SURGERY IS CLOSED IN AN EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL 999
After 1st April - if you choose to call the surgery number out of hours you will hear a message to says that you need to redial - NHS 111