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Out of Hours
If you are unwell in the evening, overnight or at the weekend, contact: The Urgent Care Service on NHS 111.

Telephone Advice
Please contact Reception who will advise you of the most convenient time to phone to speak with either a doctor or practice nurse. This is usually after 11am or after 6pm, when you can also enquire about test results. 

Home Visits
In the event of being immobile or too unwell to attend the surgery, please call before 10.30 am to arrange a home visit.

Medication Supplies

Please do NOT go to A&E or Out of Hours if you run out of medication over a weekend or bank holiday, they will not supply you with medication. Please go to your usual pharmacy and they may give you sufficient supplies to see you through - there may be a charge for this.

red_pills_bottleRepeat Prescriptions

If you are taking regular medication and require an additional supply, please complete the repeat prescription portion attached to your last prescription, and leave this with our receptionist, or post it to the Practice, for collection (if you leave a pre-paid envelope, we will gladly post it to you).

Alternatively, you may leave it with your chemist, who will deliver to/collect from the Practice on your behalf.

Please allow 48 hours (72 hours if using the chemist) from receipt in the Practice before collection.

We do not accept telephone requests - except in emergencies only.

If you have an SystmOnline electronic account with us, you may request on-line repeat prescriptions.  Please contact Reception 01305 250989 for further details.

Weekends and Bank Holidays

Please make sure that you have enough medication to cover you over weekends and bank holidays. Should you run out do NOT go to A&E or Out of Hours. The Out of Hours service will NOT supply medication if you run out, please go to your usual pharmacy and they may give you sufficient supplies to se you through - they may charge you for this.

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