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NEW ON-LINE REPEAT PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION ORDERING SERVICE 

 WE ARE PLEASED TO INFORM YOU THAT OUR NEW ON-LINE REPEAT PRESCRIBING SERVICE IS NOW LIVE. PLEASE USE THE FOLLOWING EMAIL ADDRESS TO ORDER YOR REPEAT MEDICATION 

repeatscripts.Z00085@gp.hscni.net

 

     When using this service you must clearly provide the following information otherwise your prescription will not be processed;

 

Name, address, dob, and name of any repeat medication that you wish to order.

 

    Please note that this service cannot be used to request any acute medication, antibiotics or sick lines. These items still must be requested by telephone.

  

 

PLEASE NOTE

 

        DUE TO THE HIGH VOLUME OF PRESCRIPTIONS ORDERED THIS SERVICE REQUIRES 2 WORKING DAYS NOTICE BEFORE COLLECTION OF ANY MEDICATION

Appointments

The doctor will see you in the surgery by appointment. You can make an appointment by either calling in at reception or by telephone. An appointment will usually be available within 48 hours.

If the doctor of your choice is not available, you may be offered an appointment with another doctor in the practice.

Practice Nurses

In a number of cases it might be worth considering an appointment with a practice nurse rather than a doctor. Practice nurses are qualified to deal with many conditions and you may be seen more quickly.

Cancellations

If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

DNA (did not attend) appointments

In the face of an ever increasing workload and the fact that we are a Doctor down since the retirement of Dr Peter MacSorley the remaining Partners are very concerned about the rising rate in did not attend (DNA) missed appointments. Last month 111 patients did not attend their GP appointment. This equates to a full week of appointments for one full time Doctor. We may have to review the registration of patients who persistently DNA appointments.

 
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