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Changes to Electronic Prescription Nominations

Repeat Prescriptions

Patient notice - change to collection of paper prescriptions.

All paper prescriptions will be available to collect, 48 hours after request, from the Concord Way site only.   This affects the collection of prescriptions only, patients can still place their requests at either of our two sites. 

We would encourage patients to consider using online access and electronic prescribing to order their repeat medications.  This will remove the need to visit the practice for both placing your request and collection of prescriptions (please see below for more information).

How to Order your Repeat Prescription

Please allow 48 hours for your repeat prescription to be processed and authorised by the GP.

Unfortunately we cannot accept telephone requests.  Pharmacies cannot order your medication for you but they can collect your prescription.

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Please keep the tear-off slip from your previous prescription, tick the items you need, and hand it in at reception

By sending your request by post

Please include a S.A.E if you wish the surgery to return your prescription by post.

Online Access

Access to online repeat prescriptions and online appointment booking requires pre-registration.Simply download the attached consent form or ask in surgery for an access form. If you would like access to your medical records online photo identification will be required.

Dukinfield Medical Practice Online Access leaflet

Dukinfield Medical Practice Access Consent Form

 www.patient.co.uk

Electronic Prescription Service (EPS)?

Once your prescription is ready, the surgery can now send this electronically to a pharmacy of your choice.  To organise this service, please contact your preferred pharmacy and ask for them to become your nominated pharmacy for EPS. Alternatively, contact the Surgery.

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