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Repeat Prescriptions

prescriptionspurpleIf you are on regular medication, the doctor may provide you with a repeat prescription slip. To request a repeat prescription, this slip can be handed into reception Monday to Friday or posted to the surgery.

A stamped addressed envelope must be attached to your request if you require the prescription to be returned to you.

Many local chemists collect prescriptions from the surgery - please indicate on your request slip if you wish to use this service.

Please give 3 full working days for all requests and remember that telephone requests are not accepted.

Repeat prescriptions can also be ordered on-line by clicking on the button on our home page.

Your medication will be reviewed at regular intervals by the doctor, and from time to time you may be asked to make an appointment for this purpose.

Contraceptive Pill

Patients that require repeat prescriptions for contraception are required to complete an annual contraceptive pill checklist. This can be downloaded from the link below and posted to the Practice. 

pdfDownload The Contraceptive Pill Checklist 

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Are you going to the right place for emergency care?

A&E departments can often be overcrowded and it can sometimes take many hours for patients to be treated. Minor Injury Units are walk-in clinics, and patients can often be seen much quicker.

They can deal with: sprains, simple bone fractures, cuts, eye infections and much more...

An average attendance at A&E costs £130 and a Minor Injuries Unit £50. By attending One of these units it frees up funds for other patient services.

Your local Minor Injuries Units are open 7 days a week 8am-8pm are:

Victoria Hospital
Nevill Road
Lewes
BN7 1PF
Tel: 01273 402504
Uckfield Hospital
Framfield Road
Uckfield
TN22 5AW
Tel: 01825 769 999
 
Crowborough War Memorial Hospital
South View Road
Crowborough
TN6 1HB
Tel: 01892 603602
 
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