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Dr Lister


Why not start the New Year with the staff and patients of Ladybarn Group Practice in a walk around Ladybarn Park


The next walk is on Thursday 5th April 2018 and then weekly.  Please meet at Ladybarn Group Practice reception at 12.45 p.m.


Walking with us will also be members of BUZZ who can talk about health and wellbeing and services that are available


 




KEEP


If patients do not attend their appointments and do not cancel this means others wait longer for appointments.


Please help us to reduce our wasted appointments and cancel so that others patients may use it.

pillsRepeat Prescriptions Online

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 receptionists who will be able to help you.

How to order a prescription

You will find a white prescription request form attached to your green prescription (a copy of the white form can be obtained from reception). Please hold on to this white prescription request form. A week before you need your medication, please mark off the items you need, sign the form and put into the prescription request slot at the practice reception desk.

If you take medication on a long-term basis, you can request a repeat prescription either via post, by faxing us on 0161 448 4520, by asking at reception or by following the link at the bottom of this page to the online access page. We will only accept phone requests from terminally ill or housebound patients. If there are no problems or queries about your repeat prescription, the prescription will be ready for collection in 2-3 days.

Please allow at least 48 hours for the prescription to be processed. When you request a prescription, the prescription has to be processed and then given to your GP to check and authorise. This process takes two days and, if there are queries or problems, this may take longer. In these cases, the GP will leave a message for you and may not authorise certain items.

 

 
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