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You can now book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view certain aspects of your medical record online by signing up to our new Patient Access Service. Please see 'Online Services' tab on the right.  

Please click on the Text Reminders link at the bottom of the page to sign up to receive text reminders and information from the surgery.

Repeat Prescriptions at Annandale Medical Centre

Nice_blue_pillsAll our repeat prescriptions are computerised. To obtain a repeat prescription please use your computer repeat prescription slip or complete a repeat medication request form and post in the box marked 'Repeat prescriptions.' At the branch surgery hand to the receptionist.

Alternatively, you can order your repeat prescription online. In order to do this you will need to sign up to the Patient Access service. Please bring photographic ID and something confirming your address into either surgery and the reception staff will be able to sign you up to this service.

If you wish to receive your prescription by post please enclose a stamped addressed envelope. We do not accept telephone calls for a repeat prescriptions.

Please allow 2 complete working days (48hrs) before collecting your prescription. If you are advised on your repeat medication form that your medication needs reviewing, please make an appointment with the receptionist. The doctors have a duty of care to ensure that the medication you are taking is still appropriate for you. This applies even if you are attending a hospital for treatment.

If you wish to collect your prescriptions from a local pharmacy please let us know and we can arrange for this to happen.

Dispensing Patients

You may collect your prescription or medication from either of our surgeries. Please let us know where you wish to collect from when ordering your repeat prescription. 

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