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pillsRepeat Prescriptions

If you take medication on a long-term basis the doctor will set up a repeat prescription for you. You can request the issue of a repeat prescription by ticking the items you want on the re-order slip and then dropping it into the surgery.  If the surgery is closed, you can post it through our letterbox.  Your prescription will be available for you to collect from the surgery 24 hours later (excluding weekends and holidays).  Alternatively, you can ask for it to be sent to one of the local pharmacies, but this will take a minimum of 48 hours.  Some of the local pharmacies offer a prescription management service and this could be of great benefit to some patients.

You can also order using  'Vision Online Services' (VOS).  It is by far the best way of ordering your repeat prescription from home and it reduces the chance of an error occurring during the process dramatically. 

You can start the registration process for 'Vision Online Services' (VOS) by printing out the form on the bottom of this page. The only exception will be requests for under- 16s as the online system does not currently handle such requests.

If you have any problems with registering, please ask at reception.

If you have completed the registration process for Vision Online Services you can access the MyVisionOnline website by clicking on this link https://www.myvisiononline.co.uk

If you have not yet registered you can start the process by completing this form Online Services Registration Form

Noticeboard

Refurbishments

Starting from 1st April 2014 the front of the surgery will be closed for refurbishments. All patients will have to use the back entrance until further notice. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Saturday Opening

From Saturday 2nd August 2014 we will be opening every Saturday from 9am to 12pm. Please call for an appointment. 

Supporting people with memory problems 

Every week we are going to have a community meeting in the centenary hall. If you care for someone who has memory problems we would be pleased to see you. Please let reception know if you are interested. We also need helpers. 

 
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