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A new telephone system will be installed at the Medical Centre on Tuesday 18 December. There is likely to be some disruption to calls from 1pm on this day - for up to three hours. We ask for your patience during this transition. This is part of a scheme to replace systems in all surgeries across Telford and Wrekin.

Repeat Prescriptions

Prescriptions are ready for collection within 48 hours. Should you wish to collect your medication directly from the chemist, your prescription can be collected on your behalf by Boots at Shawbirch. Lloyds chemists in Market Square and Chapel Lane, Wellington also offer this service as well as Morrisons supermarket.

In order to obtain repeat prescriptions you can choose a way which is convenient to you from the options below:

  • In person at the surgery - please place the right side of your previous prescription with the items ticked on it that you require. If you wish to use the Boots free prescription collection service please mark your script 'Boots' in the right hand corner. 
  • Fax - please fax your request to 01952 260913 
  • On-line - you can order your prescriptions online via the link at the top of this page. In order to use this service you must be registered first - please call the surgery or ask a receptionist for details at your next visit. 

Please note we do not accept telephone requests due to the possibility of errors. 

Prescriptions are ready for collection within 48 hours. Should you wish to collect your medication directly from the chemist, your prescription can be collected on your behalf by Boots at Shawbirch. Lloyds chemists in Market Square and Chapel Lane, Wellington also offer this service as well as Morrisons supermarket.  The Medical Centre now also operates the NHS Electronic Prescription Service.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, 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.

When should I submit a repeat prescription and can I submit one early?

Repeat prescription requests should not be submitted more than seven days before the day on which the last prescribed quantity of the medication will run out.

If you need to submit a repeat prescription request earlier than would normally be expected and/or for a larger quantity than normally requested, please make sure you indicate why you are making the request earlier (e.g. you are going on holiday) and/or for the larger quantity (e.g. you will be holidaying for several weeks).

If the reason for the early request is unknown, your prescription may be delayed in processing or rejected.

 

 
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