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From the 3rd September 2019, we will no longer have a fax machine and cannot send or accept anything via fax.


Until further notice, we are unable to offer travel services due to staff shortages. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and we will update you as soon as this changes.


From the 1st July 2019, we will be offering a small number of pre-booked GP and HealthCare Assistant appointments before 08.00am and after 6.30pm. Please contact the Practice and speak to a receptionist to find out more.

If you order a prescription online the practice will only contact you if there is a query, otherwise the prescription will be ready to collect at the surgery after 2 working days.

Repeat Prescriptions

Regular medication can be entered into the repeat prescribing system by arrangement with the doctor.

Repeat prescriptions need 48 hours’ notice to process.  The cut off time for checking message is 12 noon so anything sent after that time will not be looked at until the following day.  Please note that if you request a prescription after 12 noon on a Friday, this will not be looked at until Monday morning and will then take 2 working days.

To request a repeat prescription either:

  • Hand in a written request in person at the surgery
  • Fax your requests to us on 0207 354 9120
  • Make your request online by clicking on the link at the top of this page.
  • Submit your request via your Patient Online Access

We will not be able to acknowledge any other requests.  For requests other than prescriptions please phone the surgery on 020 7288 9320.

Pharmacies

Patients can nominate a pharmacy to request a repeat prescription on their behalf. This will need to be arranged with the pharmacy where you wish to collect your prescriptions from.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

 
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