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Repeat Prescriptions

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To support your NHS in saving money we would ask that you only order prescriptions that you need and do not re-order items you already have at home.  This will help the NHS both locally and nationally in our efforts to save money.

If your doctor wishes you to have regular medication, this will be entered on your computerised medical record.

Please indicate on the right hand side which medication you need and the collection option you prefer. 

Please allow 2 working days for your repeat prescription to be processed.  Prescriptions are not processed after 5pm or Saturday mornings.

Please request your repeat medication using one of the following ways:

Tenbury Patients

  • Drop it into the post slot on our reception desk or through the letter box if the surgery is closed.
  • Fax it to the surgery on 01584 819734
  • Use our Patient Access online service via the link at the top of this page. (You will need to register in person at the practice prior to using this service to be issued with your Patient Access login, password and unique pin number).
  • Post your request to the surgery with an SAE and we will post it back to you.

In the interests of patient safety we are unable to accept telephone requests for repeat medication at Tenbury Surgery as this is not a dispensing surgery.

Clee Hill Patients

  • Drop it into reception or through the letter box if the surgery is closed.
  • Post your request to the surgery with an SAE and we will post it back to you.
  • If you live within the defined dispensing area, you may request your medication by telephone and collect your medication from the dispensary.
  • Exemption certificates will need to be produced every time you collect medication otherwise you will be charged for your prescription

 

 
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