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Important - New Prescription System

To register for the new service please call or contact the surgery.  We will issue you with a registration form which will enable you to log into the Patient Access site and to create your own password for greater security.

Click below to open Patient Access.

   


Repeat Prescriptions

blue_yellow_pillsThe prescription service is available from Monday to Friday and all prescriptions will be ready for the pharmacy to collect in 48 hours (excluding weekends and bank holidays).

Your nominated pharmacy will require extra time to dispense your prescription.

We can accept your prescription by using our online Patient Access site or letter and requests can be posted or brought into the surgery by hand.

Please note we do not accept telephone or email requests.

Collections

Prescriptions will be available for collection at Woodstock Pharmacy. There is a delivery service provided by the Woodstock chemist to some of the villages, if requested. It is carried out Monday to Friday to the following locations:

  • Kirtlington Post Office
  • Stonesfield Stores
  • Tackley Shop
  • Glympton Shop (Monday)
  • Bletchingdon (Monday)
  • Begbroke - Home (Tuesday & Friday)
  • Bladon - Home (Tuesday & Friday)
  • Combe - Home (Tuesday & Friday)
  • Wootton Post Office (Tuesday & Friday)

You can contact the Woodstock Pharmacy on 01993 811492.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

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Please allow a full 48 hours for prescriptions to be ready for collection by the pharmacy and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.

 
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