Repeat Prescription Ordering
As of the 1st October 2019 , we will no longer be offering the option of a dedicated repeat prescription ordering line. We will also no longer receive faxed requests. This is to help reduce medication errors whilst leaving messages.
From the 1st October, to order repeat medications, you can either request online via 'patient access', call into the surgery, telephone on the main direct number, or postal requests.
We have extended hours here at the surgery, and also at our shared hub for all the Bromsgrove practices:
New Road Surgery: late night Mondays, early Tuesday mornings, and one Saturday morning each month (first Saturday of the month, unless it falls on a B/H weekend)
BHI Parkside 'Hub': every Tuesday evening 18.30-20.00
We also have occasional weekends throughout the year at the hub covering Friday's 18.30-20.00 and Saturday's 08.30-12.30 for face to face appointments with GP's, nurses and HCA's, and telephone call appointments with a GP on a Sunday.
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