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Repeat Prescriptions 

The practice operates a repeat prescription system which enables patients who take medication for chronic stable conditions to collect a prescription from the surgery each month.

The repeat prescription can be ordered using the repeat side of the prescription sent by post or calling personally at the surgery.

Alternatively you can order online via the link at the top of this page. New users to the system are required to register first – click here for information about how to do this.

Please, be aware that it will take two working days for your prescriptions to be ready for collection at the surgery. If so requested your prescription can be delivered directly to the local pharmacy.

Collecting your Prescription

The Alliance Pharmacy in Coningsby operates a collection service from the surgery. Please, inform the receptionist, if you want to use this service.

If you enclose a SAE we will post your prescription to you.

Dispensing patients, who live in Mareham-Le-Fen may collect their medication from the local Post Office on Tuesdays and Fridays only.

We will ask for proof of exemption from prescription charges from our dispensing patients.

We do not normally give prescriptions or medication out to children under the age of 16 unless they have a signed request from the patient.

Medication Review

Patients must be reviewed after a pre-determined interval by the doctor or practice nurse in order to stay on the repeat prescription system. This is to ensure that you are receiving the optimum treatment, to assess any problems that you may be encountering, and to answer any questions that you may have. The date of the review will be written on the repeat side of the prescription. Patients will be given one reminder to book a review appointment with a member of the team. If they fail to do so they may find they are unable to obtain their medication until they have seen a member of the team.

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