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Advance notice of closures:

May Bank Holiday 2019

Saturday 4th May - weekend urgent care service

Sunday 5th May - weekend urgent care service

Monday 6th May - Closed

Saturday 25th May - weekend urgent care service

Sunday 26th May - weekend urgent care service

Monday 27th May - Closed

The surgery  and dispensary will be closed from 1pm on these days

8th May 2019

13th June 2019 

Dementia Drop-in Clinic 12pm-2pm on the first Friday of every month. For more information on the clinic and support see "Clinics and Services" under the Services section above.

 

 


 

 

Repeat Prescriptions

We require three full working days before your prescription is ready for collection, this includes any private prescriptions.  It is not always possible to issue an emergency supply of medication at short notice.  Please read this letter from the Practice Manager Emergency Request for Medication for further information.

All patients receiving regular medication will be given a computer printout of their repeat medication. To obtain a repeat prescription please:

  1. Firstly make sure you are not due for a medication review with your doctor or nurse before making your request.
  2. Send your printout by post, email (ACCG.hamstreetdispensary@nhs.net), via the Emis Patient Access system(Please see online services)or you can use this website.
  3. Clearly mark the itNice_blue_pillsems you require.Nice_blue_pills

Unfortunately we are unable to take repeat medication requests over the telephone. We also ask patients to refrain from calling us, to see if their prescription is ready.

If it is more convenient to collect your prescription from Appledore Village Hall or Aldington Post Office please indicate when ordering. Please see opening times for this service.

 

We operate the following prescribing policy.  All prescriptions are issued for 28 days only.

 

 
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