Ordering a repeat prescription
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If your doctor agrees, you may obtain a repeat prescription for regular medication. Please present the special request slip at the surgery at least 3 working days before you need the prescription.
Requests may be posted, faxed to 01732 842 437 or handed in to Reception but, in the interests of safety, requests cannot be accepted by telephone. If you provide a stamped, addressed envelope we will return the prescription to you. Prescriptions can be ordered via our Online facility Patient Services – to register for Patient Services click on the downloadable form above.
Certain Chemists collect from both surgeries and you may make arrangements with the Chemist for this. Additional notice should be given to ensure that the chemist sufficient time to collect the repeat prescription.
Patients Needing Medication Following Discharge Related to Inpatient or Day Case Care
Hospitals are contracted by the NHS to supply patients with medication following discharge from inpatient or day case care for the period established minimum 7 days.
New Medicine Service
If you are prescribed an anticoagulant (a blood-thinning medicine) or a medicine to treat asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure for the first time, you can get extra help and advice about your medicine from your local pharmacist through a free scheme called the New Medicine Service (NMS).
Learn more about the New Medicine Service.
Many pharmacies are open until late and at weekends. You don’t need an appointment – you can just walk in. Find a pharmacy
Getting rid of unwanted medicines
If your medicine is out of date, unwanted, or some of it is left over after you have stopped taking it, don’t put it in your household bin or flush it down the toilet. Instead, take it to your pharmacy to be disposed of safely.
WK CCG Latest Changes In Prescription Drugs
We will be working with West Kent CCG to ensure that we are prescribing the most cost effective brand of certain medications. You may find that the name of your medication changes. Please be assured that this is a name change only and the active ingredients remain the same. You should continue to use in the same way,
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