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The surgery will now open 2 evenings and one early morning each week:

Monday 6.30pm to 7.30pm at Whitwell

Thursday 7.00am to 8.00am at Whitwell

Thursday 6.30pm to 7.30pm at Creswell

These 3 sessions each week are for prebooked appointments only.

During annual leave these surgeries may be subject to change.

 

Out of Hours
Please telephone the surgery or you may prefer to ring the direct line number 0844 412 1105. Please have a pen and paper handy to take down instructions.

Test Results
Results are available between 11am and 2pm. Please contact the surgery between these times

Flu Vaccination

For details of this years flu jabs please see the Practice Information link.

 

Repeat Prescriptions

Please call at reception to find out about the new way to order your prescriptions online.  You will need a log in and password to log in to:

https://SystmOnline.tpp-uk.com

medication4Please use the white repeat list issued with your green prescription. We will accept repeat prescriptions by telephone only in exceptional cases. Please let the receptionist know if you consider this to be the case.

Please allow 48 hours for repeat ordering but we would appreciate as much notice as possible, particularly in holiday times.

If requested, we will ensure delivery of your prescription to a named chemist. We will also send your prescription to your address upon receipt of a stamped addressed envelope.

On occasion, a repeat prescription may be refused by the receptionist and you will be asked to see a doctor. This is done for your own protection and to monitor your illness and medication.

Please accept the offer of this appointment in the way it is intended.

You will need to see the doctor or nurse for repeat prescribing of the contraceptive pill and HRT medication. Repeat prescriptions can be ordered on line. Follow the link on the website.

 
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