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Repeat Medication requests need to be order at least 48 hours before they are due. This does not include bank holidays or weekends.
We are now live with the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) so if you have nominated a local pharmacy, your prescriptions will be sent electronically directly to your nominated pharmacy once issued and authorised by the GP. This service makes obtaining your medication very easy if you find it difficult to come to the surgery to collect your prescription. If you have not yet nominated a pharmacy, you can still get a green prescription from the surgery, or just pop in to a pharmacy of your choice and ask to nominate them.
Patient Access You can order your repeat medication online. Bring 2 forms of ID to the Surgery and a Receptionist can register you to online patient access.
How to order:
If you are registered with Patient Access you can view and order your repeat prescriptions online. We would encourage patients to use the Patient Access service to request repeat medication as this enables your repeat request to be processed more quickly and efficiently.
Changes to repeat prescription ordering
We are making some changes to the way that repeat prescriptions are made, this is known as Direct Patient Ordering (DPO). See Link
NHS Cheshire and Merseyside has launched a new campaign to increase awareness of online health services …
From 1 July 2023 the way members of the public make a complaint about primary care services to the commissioner is changing….
High blood pressure, or hypertension, rarely has noticeable symptoms. But if untreated, it increases the risk of serious problems such as heart attacks and strokes. Around 1 in 4 adults in the UK have high blood pressure, although many will not realise it.
With one in ten children not up to date with their vaccinations and at risk of becoming seriously unwell, this World Immunisation Week (24-30th April) the NHS is encouraging people to make sure they are up to date with their routine vaccinations at all life stages.
At 3pm on Sunday 23rd April there will be a test of the Government’s new, national Emergency Alerts system set up to warn people across the UK if there’s a danger to life nearby.