Baby Imms Clinics on Tuesdays are changing from Tuesday 25th February 2020. We will no longer be allowing patients to drop in you must have a designated appointment time from Child Health or booked through the surgery
You can order your repeat prescription via one of the following ways:
Online-registration is required, please speak to a receptionist
Post-ensure required items are ticked and post to the practice
24 hour automated service-registration is required, please speak to a receptionist
Nominated pharmacy-speak to a receptionist
In person-complete a reorder slip and post in the red mailbox within the foyer
GP Patient Survey Results 2019: Outstanding results for Kearsley Medical
Centre- Well done team!! See the Survey Report section for full result
Emergency Prescriptions: emergency prescriptions are no longer printed and will be sent to the chemist of patients choice, unless the patient directs otherwise
*NEW* Ageing well review (patients aged 65 - 74 years old):
We will shortly be inviting patients in the above age range to attend for this review. If patients are in this age range but have existing long term conditions eg Asthma, Diabetes, it will be part of their annual review
Did you know that you can allow your prescription to be sent electronically from your GP to your pharmacy?
This service is ideal for patients on stable, repeat medications, who use the same pharmacy to collect their prescription all of the time. The next time you require a prescription, you should order in the same way but there should be no need to come into the practice, as it will be sent electronically to the pharmacy.
To find out more about the service visit www.hscic.gov.uk/epspatients, pick up a leaflet from reception or please speak to the staff at your pharmacy or GP practice.
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