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We have just installed a new system called MJOG, please read below for more information.

Repeat Prescriptions

Patients on long-term medication may request their repeat prescriptions by post, telephone, fax or email, or online via the link above.

pharmacist_3Please allow 48 hours for requests to be processed

Dispensing Services

Ashwell Surgery offers a full dispensing service to all patients living more than a mile from a chemist.  This enables patients to collect their medication after their consultation with the Doctor. 

The dispensary is also able to offer advice on free prescription services, exemption certificates, pre-payment certificates and the disposal of unwanted/unused medication.

Repeat Prescriptions from Ashwell Surgery

Please allow two working days for repeat prescriptions to be processed.

Repeat prescriptions can be requested using the link above, or in writing by post, direct to the surgery, by fax (0844 4994776) or by email (JulieBird@nhs.net ). To ensure we correctly identify you, it is ESSENTIAL to include your:

  • full name
  • address
  • date of birth

In addition, we can now take your requests by telephone from 11:00 to 12:00, and from 14:00 to 15:00 on 01462 417377. option 4

For patient convenience, the dispensary at Ashwell is now offering extended opening from 8.30am - 6.00pm, except on Tuesday when the surgery closes at 1.30pm.

Repeat Prescriptions from Bassingbourn Surgery

Please allow two working days for repeat prescriptions to be processed. Repeats can be requested in writing by post, direct to the surgery, by fax (0844 4994779) or by email (Bassingbourn.surgery@nhs.net ). To ensure we correctly identify you, it is ESSENTIAL to include your:

  • full name
  • address
  • date of birth

In addition, we can now take your requests by telephone from 11:00 to 12:00, and from 14:00 to 15:00, on 01763 290555.

 

 
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