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THE PARK SURGERY TUESDAY TROTTERS

Get active with this introduction to jogging with The Park Surgery.  Every Tuesday - 4.30 pm 1 mile jog, 5 pm 1 mile jog/walk.  Come and give it a go and have fun.  For further details ask at reception.

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Many thanks to those patients who supported MACMILLAN CANCER by buying cakes from our stall at the Flu Clinic on Saturday 23 September 2017.  With your help we raised £163!

PRIVACY

 

If you wish to speak to a member of staff about any matter in private please ask the receptionist.

 

Repeat Prescriptions

medication4Patients on long-term medication can request repeat prescriptions.  Please use the repeat prescription request form attached to your prescription and either post it to us or deliver it in person. 

Alternatively, you can order your repeat prescription directly through this site. Click on the link above and complete the simple registration form.

We are not able to accept requests by telephone.  Please allow at least 2 working days for your request to be processed. 

For your convenience the local chemists offer an order and collection service.  If you telephone them directly they will take your order from you and bring it to the surgery themselves.  They will then collect it from us and have ready for you to pick up from them.  Please allow at least 3 working days for this service.

Medication Reviews

Patients are usually given a two-month supply of their repeat medication and are allowed a number of issues of the medication (usually six), after which time the doctor will review your notes.  If he feels that you need to be seen to review your condition and medication then this will be indicated on the repeat prescription request form, and you should arrange an appointment for this to take place.  It is important that all patients’ medication is reviewed periodically.

 

 
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