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Please remember to order your prescriptions well in advance; We require at least two full working days to process a prescription request(excluding weekends and Bank Holidays).
When you need to order a new prescription, you can either:
Please ensure you include your full name, address and date of birth on all requests.
By Default your prescriptions will be printed on paper and held in reception where you can come and pick them up.We ask if you can pick up your prescriptions after 2pm, this is to allow the Doctors time to make sure they have processed that days requests.
If you would like your Prescriptions to go Stright to a pharmacy (e.g.. Boots, Lloyds, Badhams) you need to go to the pharmacy you would like to use and ask them to set you up for there service. next time you order your prescription it will go straight to the pharmacy (be dispensed and waiting for you), no need to come to the surgery.
The prescription can also be posted back to you if you supply a stamped addressed envelope.
Click here for information about prescription fees and exemptions
'Pharmacy First Minor Ailments is a new scheme being offered by Community Pharmacies in Gloucester City. It means that you can get advice and/or medicines for common, less serious illnesses from a community pharmacist, without having to make an appointment with your GP.'
Click here to see which pharmacies are offering this scheme.
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