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At Salford Medical Centre you can request your prescription using one of the following methods:

 

  1. Signing up to the Patient Online Services - please contact reception with an email address and we will do this for you.
  2. In person by attending the surgery with your repeat slip or completing one of the request slips whilst at the surgery.
  3. Faxing the request to 0161 736 8880.
  4. Posting the request to the surgery - FAO The Reception Team. If you would like us to post your prescription back to you please include a stamped addressed envelope.
  5. Using a nominated chemist - please speak to your chosen local pharmacy about this.

 

*From the 1st June 2017 we DO NOT take prescription requests over the phone*

 

All prescription requests take a minimum of 2 full working days to complete (this excludes weekends & bank holidays). If you need your medication more urgently than this then please speak to a member of staff.

 

Please note that due to the high number of prescription requests that we process on a daily basis we cannot guarentee prescriptions will be done on the same day.

 

As one of our patients it is your responsibility to ensure your medication is ordered in a timely manor. Please help us to help you by ensuring that your prescription is ordered 4-5 days before you run out taking into account weekends & bank holidays.

 

 


 

 

Prescription charges

 

The current prescription charge (from April 2018) for patients who pay for their precriptions is £8.80 per item. If you will receive 3 or more prescription items in a 3 month period it is worth considering paying for Prescription Prepayment Certificate (PCC). Please speak to your local chemist to find out more information on if this would be beneficial to you.


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