Repeat prescriptions can only be re-ordered without seeing the doctor or nurse up to the review date shown on the bottom right of the prescription, so long as you are attending the agreed review appointments given to you, by the doctor or nurse at your previous review.
Book to see the doctor or where appropriate, the practice nurse for a review of your condition before the review date expires.
To use online repeat prescription form, click here
Notice to patients
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It is very important that all children and babies are immunised. Illnesses such as diphtheria, tetanus, polio and meningitis are thankfully rare because of recent immunisation policies, but if contracted can be crippling or even fatal. Whooping cough (pertussis) causes a very distressing illness with severe prolonged coughing and can lead to lung or brain damage. The risk of immunisation, if indeed there is any, is minute and has been overstated in the past. We do strongly recommend that all babies have their immunisations. If you have any queries or worries about any aspect of your child’s immunisation, please feel free to talk them over with the Doctor or the Practice Nurse
People going abroad or taking holidays need to protect themselves from various contagious diseases prevailing in the particular countries. For information or details please book an appointment with the Nurse or the Doctor.
Non-NHS Medical Services
The Doctor will carry out a variety of non-NHS Services, for example medical examinations for HGV licence, taxi driver’s licence, fitness to undertake sport, insurance reports, etc. A fee will be charged for these services and details of charges are available at Reception. Where appropriate, please tell the receptionist which type of service you require when you book an appointment. This will enable the receptionist to allocate appropriate time for your appointment.
The drug worker is a trained person who comes in to give counselling and assess the need for prescribing controlled drugs by the G.P.
Recommendations are made where appropriate for the prescribing of controlled drugs like Methadone, Dexamphetamine,and Buprenorphine.
Patients who need help with drug addiction can speak to the doctor or nurse confidentially to get an appointment with the drug worker for an assessment with a view to referral, if appropriate, into this practice-based scheme.
This clinic is run between 9:00 – 17:30 every fortnight