Tuesday 2nd August 2022 - the surgery and dispensary will be closed from 12.30pm for staff development and training and no clinicians will be available.

We will re-open at 8am on Wednesday 3rd August.

If you require medical assistance before we re-open please call 111

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For patients who have complicated regular medication regimes we offer to deliver sorted dosage packs that contain all the medication required for a full 28-day cycle.

Speak to your GP to assess your individual requirements.



free home delivery 

Free Home

We offer a free home delivery service on prescriptions for patients who cannot come into the surgery. Please ask our dispensary staff or your GP.



pre-paid prescriptions Save money

If you need frequent or regular prescriptions you might be able to save money by paying an upfront fee. To do this you will need to apply for a Prescription pre-payment certificate (PPC) for either 3 or 6 months:

  • You can apply online
  • Or ask us, or any high street chemist for a FP95 form.

Find out more about help with health costs



free prescriptions


Some people automatically get free prescriptions, for example children, some students and people over 60.

Others, can apply for free prescriptions for example - pregnant women or new mums, people on some State benefits, NHS inpatients and people with certain long-term or life-long medical conditions such as cancer, epilepsy, hypothyroidism etc.

To apply you and your GP will need to complete an exemption certificate application form. Ask your GP if you qualify or find out more at:

Find out more about help with health costs



medical app

Phone App

A new phone app is now available to help you manage regular medications for yourself or someone you care for. It will remind you when to take medications and when to order repeat prescriptions.

Find out more and download the app.



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