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Priory SurgeryTel: 028 9039 4545
Springhill SurgeryTel: 028 9039 4545
PLEASE CLICK ON "SELF HELP" ON THE RIGHT-HAND SIDE OF THIS PAGE TO VIEW INFORMATION ON TREATING YOURSELF FOR COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROATS AND FLU-LIKE ILLNESSES ETC. THESE USUALLY RESOLVE WITHIN A FEW DAYS AND FOR MOST PEOPLE YOU DO NOT NEED TO CONSULT A DOCTOR.
You can normally order your usual repeat medication online. To register for this service and login please CLICK HERE otherwise go to https://www.patient-services.co.uk/login
If you are asked to provide a practice ID to access the service please enter Z00252
Please note if one of your usual medications is not listed when you try to order, this means that a doctor needs to give approval before it can be issued. You will need to phone the surgery and ask the Receptionist to arrange GP approval.
Please ensure you have provided us with the correct details of your chosen pharmacy to collect your prescriptions.
Please give at least 48 hours notice for the prescription to be ready for collection by your chosen pharmacy.
From 1 April 2010 all prescriptions are free of charge.
However, certain medicines such as some travel vaccines are not available on the NHS and where this is the case you will be issued with a private prescription for which there is a fee of £10.00 plus the cost of the medication which will be payable to the Community Pharmacy.
There is further information about prescription exemptions and fees on the NHS website
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.