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NEW DATA PROTECTION  LEGALISATION KNOWN AS GDPR TAKES EFFECT FROM 25TH MAY 2018

PLEASE SEE OUR PRIVACY POLICY  AND HOW WE USE YOUR DATA IN PRACTICE POLICIES

 

 

The practice has a computerised repeat prescription system and with the doctor's agreement you can make requests in one of the following ways:

 Hand them in to reception

By fax to 0118 940 1357

E-mail woccg.wargravescripts@nhs.net

Online if you are a registered user

By post remembering to include a SAE if you want us to post your prescription back to you.



Alternatively you can make requests online by following the link to this page and carrying out a simple registration. If you would  like an acknowledgement of receipt, please activate your " read receipt" when sending your e-mail.

Please allow three working days notice for requests to be processed.

For safety reasons we only accept telephone requests in exceptional circumstances. If you live over one mile from the chemist we can dispense your medicines. They can also be collected from the main surgery or delivered to Knowl Hill on a Monday or Waltham St Lawrence on a Tuesday.

 New Service now available

Online ordering of repeat prescriptions is via the same 'portal' as is used for online appointment booking  which works with smart phones and tablets too.  The Registration Form is available from reception or can be accessed here  

 Order your repeat prescription through patient services website

 Application for on line services 

 Please note: this facility is currently only available for patients aged 16yrs and over.  You will need to complete the form and return it to the Reception desk, bringing two forms of identification with you - any two of the following three documents are acceptable: 1) passport; 2) driving licence; 3) bank statement/utility bill.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor or a  practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and you will be notified when this is necessary.

Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment in time to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

 

 
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