Prescription Home Delivery

If you would like to have your medication delivered to your home address
please read this information sheet carefully and tick the boxes as
indicated and sign below to let us know that you have understood.

If you would like to use this service, and do not hold a certificate, you will need to complete a pre-payment certificate form, please ask at reception or dispensary for one.

Current Charges for a pre-payment certificate (April 2017)

  • 3 months £29.10
  • 12 months £104.00
Prescription Home Delivery

Prescription Home Delivery

Requesting prescriptions

Each village will receive a delivery once a fortnight. It is therefore important that you give us plenty of notice for prescription deliveries. It will not be possible for our driver to deliver urgent prescriptions, which will have to be collected from surgery as usual. *
You can sign up for a service called “automatic prescriptions”. Your regular medication (tablets only) will be issued automatically for you every month and delivered to your house. You need to tick the box below to let us know you would like this service. If you use it you will no longer have to contact us to request your regular tablets, but you will still have to contact us to request liquid medication, inhalers and any tablets, such as painkillers, that you only use intermittently

Receiving prescriptions at home

We will normally ask you to sign for the prescriptions, but realize that occasionally you may be out, or have difficulty getting to the door. In these cases we need your permission to post medication (tablets and inhalers only) through your letter box. Bottles will not fit and we cannot leave them outside the house! It is important that you agree that this is safe (ie the medication will not be accessible to children or pets). We cannot “post” medication to a house where we know that children or pets may be able to open the packaging. CONTROLLED DRUGS (drugs such as Morphine or oxycodone) MUST ALWAYS BE SIGNED FOR.
Receiving prescriptions (please tick one) *

Paying for prescriptions

Our driver will not be able to collect cash or cheques, and it is important that anyone who normally has to pay for prescriptions has a prepayment certificate which we have seen. *

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