MEDICATION SAFETY: Telephone requests are not accepted at the surgery. The reasons for this are that requests over the telephone for repeat medication are often not clear and can take considerable time and effort to clarify what is needed. The preferred option is for patients to use the surgery online facility to submit requests for repeat medication as it will avoid potential confusion, transcription and medication issue errors.
Surgery Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for emailed prescription requests. When ordering your repeat prescriptions please clearly state which pharmacy you wish to nominate to dispense your medicines.
To use the Online Ordering service please visit https://systmonline.tpp-uk.com and sign-in. If you don't have a log-in ask the surgery staff at Rillwood M.C. to print out your unique registration details before you visit the above website. In order to fully complete the registration process you will be required to produce proof of your personal ID.
The full range of options that are available for ordering repeat medications include:
a) using the Sysmonline.tpp-uk.com online ordering facility;
b) emailing your repeat prescription requests to email@example.com;
c) on the right hand side of your printed prescription ticking the box against the medication item(s) that you need then forwarding this to the surgery either in person or by post;
d) filling out a repeat prescription form at the surgery and handing it at reception;
e) posting your prescription request to the surgery via the Royal Mail postal service.
Medicines for Minor Ailments - Why can't I get an NHS prescription for an Over-The Counter medicine?
NHS England has recommended that NHS medicines for minor ailments such as colds, hay fever & mild dry skin should no longer be routinely prescribed by GP surgeries. Please purchase these in future, with advice from a pharmacy if needed. More information is available at www.nhs.uk/OTCmedicines (NENE CCG Prescribing Team).
Using the SystmOnline access service you can now access and view your health records wherever you are. With Patient Online you can acces GP services from your computer, tablet or mobile phone as well as through your local surgery. You will be able to:
1) View and Renew your repeat prescriptions;
2) View your health records;
3) Update your personal contact details.
CHANGES TO PRESCRIPTION ORDERING
In line with NHS national guidance, as of 18th March 2019 Rillwood Medical Centre will no longer be able to accept prescription requests from Pharmacies or Appliance (e.g. stoma/continence) contractors for the majority of patients*.
From the 18th March 2019 patients will need to order their repeat prescriptions directly with the surgery using one of the following methods:
1) Online via the SystmOnline website or smartphone app (the preferred method)
2) Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
3) By post - please provide a stamped self addressed envelope so that your completed prescription can be posted to you.
4) Due to the CORONAVIRUS Pandemic the option of requesting or collecting prescriptions in person at the surgery is not available until further notice
If you do not as yet have a username and password for ordering your prescriptions online or you wish to re-activate your online account please contact the surgery. Proof of personal ID will be required before you can register for online access.
*Note: Specific categories of patients have been identified (see list below) where Pharmacies are allowed to continue to manage their repeat prescription requests. The categories of patients includes those on the following care registers:
Learning Difficulties register
Severe mental illness register
Palliative Care register
Visual Impairment – RNIB / NAB registered
NB. TO MINIMISE POTENTIAL ERRORS AND THE RISKS THAT THIS POSES TO PATIENTS WE DO NOT ACCEPT PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS OVER THE TELEPHONE.
Please allow a MINIMUM of 48 hours (2 working days) when re-ordering a repeat medication for collection from the surgery, or 72 Hours (3 working days) if your prescription goes to a Chemist. Please allow extra time if a Bank Holiday is approaching.
Since June 2015 instead of being printed most prescriptions are transmitted electronically (Electronic Prescribing Service) to your preferred pharmacy. Electronic prescriptions can be transmitted to any pharmacy in England. The next time that you visit your preferred pharmacy you can let them know that you wish to nominate them as your regular pharmacy and they will be happy to set this up for you. As usual, please allow a minimum of 48 WORKING HOURS when re-ordering repeat medication and 72 HOURS if your prescription goes to a chemist.
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