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Dr S Bhaumik & Dr S A AhmedJubilee Health Centre1 Upper Russell StreetWednesburyWest Midlands, WS10 7ARTel: 0121 556 4615
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If you are taking regular medication you may be given a repeat prescription. There are a number of ways you may order the items you need. All methods will take up to 72 hours from receipt of your request.
Using this method, you can specify a chemist to collect your prescription from the surgery on your behalf. They will dispense the items and have them ready for you to pick up from the chemists shop. Some local chemists offer home delivery, ask them for more information
NOTE: repeat prescriptions are NOT available by telephoning the surgery unless you are elderly, housebound or terminally ill. Either order your prescription online or post the request slip in the internal post-box at the surgery. Prescription queries will only be dealt with after 11.30am.
Prescription put into us before 11:15am will be ready for collection 72 hours from the day you put your repeat in.
PLEASE DO NOT REQUEST A REPEAT PRESCRIPTION FOR CONTRACEPTION OR ANTIBIOTICS.
YOU MUST MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE THE DOCTOR OR RING FOR A TELEPHONE TRIAGE WITH YOUR DOCTOR.
Please allow 72 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.