Aberlour Medical Practice
From Thu 01 Nov 18 we require 2 working days’ notice for Repeat Prescriptions NOT including Saturday, Sunday and holidays) for prescriptions to be reviewed and signed
Safe, careful prescribing is a high priority for all staff at Aberlour Medical Practice
Before signing a prescription, the doctors, nurses and pharmacist need time to check that you have had your checks (blood tests, BP check, etc.) that any letters from consultants have been actioned, that the guidelines for your condition / drug haven’t changed recently, etc.
Your pharmacy will then need time to order, dispense and check your prescription. We suggest that you request your prescription when you have 10 to 14 days supply left, so there is no urgency for you, the practice staff or pharmacy staff.
You pharmacy may be able to give you an “Urgent Supply” if you run out of medication. There are rules about when this can / can’t be done, and the pharmacy staff may phone the practice to check it is safe for you to have more medication. Please don’t go without your prescription medication, any pharmacist in the UK can help you, wherever you are.
Safe healthcare is calm, planned and not rushed – thank you for your understanding
Request your prescription...
Over the Weekend
Prescription will be ready to collect*...
after 2pm on Wed
*This is when the prescription form will be signed and ready to collect at reception by you or your pharmacy. Please allow time for the pharmacy staff to order, dispense and check your prescription.
Many thanks for your understanding with this matter
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Access & Parking
All areas of the practice are accessible to wheelchairs, we have a hearing induction loop at reception and access to translation services for those whose first language is not English. Parking is available outside the health centre with additional parking across the road. We ask all visitors to use the designated parking to avoid blocking access to the health centre.
(Site updated 12/10/2018)