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New Evening and Weekend GP Clinic appointments

For routine and non-urgent care you can now see a NHS GP, Nurse or other Health Care professional in the evening and at weekends at an OxFed clinic located at three locations around Oxford in Botley, Cowley and Summertown.  Appointments must be booked through our Reception Team who can advise if this would be suitable for you.  For more information about opening times and clinic locations across Oxford please see the OxFed website (https://oxfed.uk/evening-and-weekend-gp-clinics)

 

 

Prescription Medication

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Your doctor will enable you to obtain a medication by writing you a prescription. This is a form which can be taken or sent to the pharmacy. A prescription permits the pharmacist to issue you with a medication which cannot normally be obtained over the counter, or which would otherwise be expensive for you to buy.

Ordering Prescriptions [EMIS]

Normally your doctor will only issue medications for no more than two months at a time. There are a number of reasons for this, the most important being that over this time scale the taking of the medication can be monitored for correct use. This policy also minimises waste of prescription medications, and having a fixed time scale for prescribing ensures that all patients are treated equally.

If your prescription is for a long term medication, then it can be prescribed as a “repeat medication” for a period of up to a year.  A repeat medication can be requested from the practice without prior authorization from a doctor. This means a standard repeat prescription will allow the issue of 6 prescriptions before the prescription has to be reauthorized. See our repeat prescriptions page

After a year, the reauthorization of a repeat medication will require some form of discussion with your doctor. This is to ensure that the medication is still appropriate for your health needs.

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