Repeat Prescription Request Form

Coronavirus Dispensary opening times

Mon-Fri 09.00- 1.00 & 2.00-5.45pm

 

 

Prescription requests through this website are NOT directly linked to your electronic record.

Please consider downloading & using the NHS App on your smartphone or using the desktop browser version. It is linked to your record and a more secure way of ordering medication.

It also displays your COVID immunisation pass.

It can also record & confirm your choice regarding data sharing access to your health records, & display recent test results. You do not need an access code from us.

https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-app/

 

 

We have offered remote medication delivery for some years, but the current coronavirus situation means that the volume of medication using this method has suddenly substantially increased. We have been overwhelmed with community support to help manage this and thank everyone for their efforts keeping medication supplies running and supporting social distancing / shielding / isolation.

Medication is sent out on Mondays and Thursdays.

Requests can be received by sending your completed green repeat request slip back with the delivery service; fax (01223 872741) or on line (website, NHS app, or patient access). The NHS deems phone requests unsafe other than in a dire emergency.

We need adequate time in which to turn a medication request into a bagged prescription; we routinely manage this in 48 hours but do occasionally run behind. Our dispensers are doing their best and are working extra hours but demand is unprecedented at present. Please #BeKind and allow AT LEAST 2 clear working days. We will try and respond to urgent requests and do our best to rectify any issues but CANNOT promise to solve any disorganisation on your part!

If your medication is either a controlled drug or something that must remain at fridge temperature, then this must be arranged separately and may not be possible.

This service is primarily for patients who need regular medication. Anyone who has a regular prescription needs to advise us of their payment exemption details. For those in relevant age groups this is clear; anyone else should advise us of relevant details – please note exemptions for chronic diseases do need to be renewed! Exceptionally we can accept a cheque in advance of sending medication if you agree this with us in advance.

 

Village distribution points – ONLY to get medication to our resident village patients!

Any queries where medication is or will be sent; contact the surgery initially.

 

BARRINGTON ‘Box scheme’

Place: Barrington Village Shop

To request:    Please write ‘BARRINGTON BOX’ clearly on your repeat request

Village contact details:        01223 871743

How to get medication: Collect from shop OR if you have arranged a food delivery with the shop, they will also deliver your medication if requested.

 

 

FOXTON ‘Box scheme’

 

Place: Foxton Village Shop

To request:    Please write ‘FOXTON BOX’ clearly on your repeat request

Village contact details:        foxtoncorona@gmail.com  or 07841 511962

How to get medication: Collection from shop. Volunteers in the community are already offering a medication delivery service; use contact details.

 

 

HARSTON ‘Box scheme’:  

Place: Meadow Way Community Centre

To request:    Please write ‘HARSTON BOX’ clearly on your repeat request

Village contact details:        Susan Bowden-Pickstock 01223 873284

How to get medication: Harston Parish Council along with Susan have a volunteer delivery network; contact Susan initially and check here for any updates.

 

 

HASLINGFIELD ‘Box Scheme’

 

Place: Haslingfield Village Shop

To request:    Please write ‘HASLINGFIELD BOX’ clearly on your repeat request

Village contact details:        Lawrence Hopkins  07800 883634

How to get medication: Collect from shop or use contact details for delivery needs.

The Community Support phone number is  07545 159828. Please call this number if you are a resident of Haslingfield  and need advice or help. 

 

WISBEY’S YARD (Haslingfield) ‘Box scheme’

 

Place: Wisbey’s Yard Community centre

To request:    Please write ‘WISBEY’S YARD BOX’ clearly on your repeat request

Contact details:        See Haslingfield/use known methods for warden

How to get medication: No change from usual

 

 

 

HAUXTON ‘Box scheme’

 

Place: South Cambs Physio, 12 Church Road, Hauxton

To request:    Please write ‘HAUXTON BOX’ clearly on your repeat request

Village contact details:        Jane Ward 870930 / 07803 001853 janeward975@gmail.com

 

How to get medication: Collect from the physio premises or if in difficulty and need delivery/help then use contact details.

 

 

NEWTON ‘Box scheme'

Place: A restarted service initially with personal delivery arranged by Dr Mike

To request:    Please write ‘NEWTON BOX’ clearly on your repeat request

Village contact details: Janet Cowling 07802 732079

                                    or Sarah Wells  07910 578615                                                      

How to get medication: Janet or Dr Mike Knapton will liaise directly with villagers initially. (Look after him as he is a true treasure and taught some of us most of what we know…)

 

 

 

THRIPLOW/FOWLMERE ‘Box scheme’

 

Place: Thriplow Village shop

To request:    Please write ‘THRIPLOW/FOWLMERE BOX’ clearly on your repeat request

Village contact details:        Maureen 01763 208958

 

How to get medication: Collect from shop or call the above number if you are a resident of Thriplow/Fowlmere  and need advice or help with the delivery of your meds 

 

 

 

 

 

Prescription requests through this website are NOT directly linked to your electronic record.

Please consider downloading & using the NHS App on your smartphone or using the desktop browser version. It is linked to your record and a more secure way of ordering medication.

It also displays your COVID immunisation pass.

It can also record & confirm your choice regarding data sharing access to your health records, & display recent test results. You do not need an access code from us.

https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-app/



 

 

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