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A REPEAT PRESCRIPTION?
Requests for repeat prescriptions must be made in person or in writing with 48 hours' notice. Regular repeats will have a computer slip: please tick the items you require. Rural patients are requested to indicate on their computer slip where and when they would like to collect their drugs. We are unable to take prescriptions by telephone (on 720878) unless other means are impossible.
Patients who wish to discuss their repeat prescriptions should contact us on the following direct telephone numbers:
We also offer repeat prescriptions online. Please speak to one of our receptionists for further details.
HOW DO I....
OBTAIN A SICK
Sickness certificates covering a period of up to seven
days are not provided by the doctor. Self certificates for this purpose
are available from reception. Other forms eg BUPA, holiday cancellations
or passports may usually be left for collection within 48 hours. The
doctor is expected to charge for these certificates.