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Little Chalfont Surgery, 200 White Lion Rd, Little Chalfont, Bucks, HP7 9NUTel: 01494 762323
The surgery now offers a range of online services:
for more information please see our online services link to the right of this page.
TO REGISTER with your registration document please go to www.patient.co.uk or the
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Regular medication is ordered using the computerised repeat prescription sheet generated each time you submit your request.
** This takes 2 working days to process & up to, but no more than 72 hrs.
You may be asked to see a doctor or nurse if your medication needs to be reviewed, to ensure that you continue to receive the most appropriate treatment.
It is adviseable not to leave requests until you run out.
You may request prescriptions in person, by submitting the right-hand side of your prescription to the surgery, or completing a request slip available from the reception desk; once completed either of these should be posted in the prescription box adjacent to the front door. The easiest way to request repeat medication is to request it online, please see below for more details.
REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS CAN BE ORDERED SAFELY ON LINE USING PATIENT ACCESS
1) Please call into the surgery between Monday and Friday or call after 2.30 pm to ask for your own security details which will enable you to open an account and access this service on the internet. Once this is set up your prescription will be processed as above **.
2) Prescription items included on your "repeat" medication list only, are displayed.
3) Other medication not shown can only be ordered in writing to the doctor, asking for it to be added to your repeat presciption list. Should the doctor be unable to do this he/she will inform you of the reason. (e.g. This may be due to a monitoring period).
4) If you need to make requests early or you need additional quantities, state clearly in the message box the reasons why. E.g. You may be going on holiday.
Once processed they will be available for collection from the surgery or the local pharmacist. Any queries regarding this service please do ask to speak to the practice manager.
NB Please report by TELEPHONE any problems you may be having with this service or of course when you next visit us.
Prescription charge exemptions enable patients with certain conditions to obtain there prescribed medication[s] free of charge.
The medical conditions included are:
Or are undergoing treatment for cancer:
How to apply for a medical exemption certificate
To apply for a medical exemption certificate ask at your doctors surgery for an FP92A form.
Your GP, hospital or service doctor will sign the form to confirm that your statement is correct. At your GP's discretion, the Practice Manager, can verify your condition and can also sign the form.
Your certificate will be valid from one month before the date that the NHS Business Authrority receives the application form.
The FP92A lasts for five years and then needs to be renewed. You may receive a reminder that your certificate needs to be renewed. If you don't receive a reminder, it is your responsibility to ensure that it is renewed.
The NHS prescription charge is a flat-rate amount which successive Governments have thought it reasonable to charge for those who can afford to pay for their medicines. Prescription prepayment certificates (PPCs) offer real savings for people who need extensive medication.
The charges for England are:
If you will have to pay for four or more prescription items in three months, or more than 14 items in 12 months, you may find it cheaper to buy a PPC.
There is further information about prescription exemptions and fees on the NHS website
Please allow 48 hours (two working days), excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.