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If we are closed and you require medical advice please call 111 or in case of a life threatening emergency call 999.

PLEASE NOTE IF YOU NEED A BLOOD TEST THERE ARE NOW PHLEBOTOMY CLINICS RUNNING IN  ERITH HOSPITAL 8AM - 2PM BY APPOINTMENT ONLY PLEASE CALL 01322 356167 & WALK IN (NO APPT NEEDED)AT PLUMSTEAD HEALTH CENTRE, TEWSON ROAD 9AM - 12PM ALONG WITH QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL 8AM - 5PM AND QUEEN MARYS HOSPITAL 8AM - 4.30PM - MONDAY - FRIDAY ONLY

IF YOU HAVE NOT YET RECEIVED A FLU JAB PLEASE CONTACT THE SURGERY TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT OR JUST POP IN DURING CLINIC HOURS AND WE WILL ASK OUR NURSE OR A GP TO DO IT WHILE YOU WAIT.

Repeat Prescriptions

Whenever possible please tick the medication required on the printed slip provided by the surgery given to you with last prescription. If you need a prescription posted back to you, please provide a self-addressed envelope. 

Prescription requests by fax are no longer accepted but can be emailed to GRECCG.Waverleyadmin@nhs.net  

Your regular pharmacy will also be happy to request in writing on your behalf

Some chemists also provide delivery service for housebound patients. Our staff can arrange that for you but delays or non-delivery is not our responsibility. 

Please note, repeat prescriptions cannot be issued over the telephone. 

Electronic Prescription Service (EPS)  

Electronic Prescription Service is a new service that will make it easier for GPs to issue prescriptions and more convenient for patients to collect their medicines. Using EPS means that prescriptions by GPs and other prescribers will be transferred electronically to the pharmacist nominated by the patient. The prescriptions will also be sent automatically to the Prescription Pricing Authority.   Please ask your pharmacist or at the surgery for further details. More details can be obtained at www.connecting forhealth.nhs.uk

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, Pharmacist, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

Please allow two full working days for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.

 
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