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FRIENDS OF DESFORD SURGERY -  PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP 

The Friends of Desford Surgery are looking for enthusiastic new members to join them in supporting the Medical Centre. The group meet 4 times a year, and represent the voice of patients, and also attend regular meetings within the wider Clinical commissioning group. Additionally, the group produce a quarterly newsletter for patients, as well as organise fundraising and health awareness events. If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Mrs Anju Maini, at the Surgery. Thank you!

 

Appointments can now be booked on line.  Please contact the Surgery, if you wish to use this facility.  Details will be provided on how to register.

 

Repeat Prescriptions

Please note that as from 30th June 2019 your pharmacy will no longer be able to order medication on your behalf.

You can however request repeat prescriptions either: By Telephone after 11am, In person, By Post, Or Online please ask at reception for further information.

Please give us 48 hours notice.

If you are unable to order your repeat prescription directly from your GP practice by any of the ways described above, please ask at reception for further information.

The Surgery has now signed up to the Electronic Prescription Service.  This allows the Practice to send prescriptions electronically to your chosen Pharmacy. If you would like further information about this service, please contact the Surgery or your local pharmacy. If you take regular medication and your treatment is stable you may be eligible for repeat dispensing. For more information ask the doctor or nurse. 


Online Ordering of Prescriptions

To use this system you must complete registration forms in the practice to acquire a username and password.  Please come into the surgery and speak to one of the emis accessreceptionists who will be able to help you.

pillClick Here to order your repeat prescription online

 
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