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All prescription requests must be in writing

The practice will not accept prescription requests over the telephone. 

The practice staff and telephone system are under extreme pressure and priority must be given for urgent medical queries only. 

During the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis the practice will accept requests:

Posted through the surgery letterbox

Online requests (only if previously set up, no applications currently possible)

Via email to: prescriptions.sidleysurgery@nhs.net

 We have received an unprecedented demand for early or extra prescriptions. 

Please do not telephone the practice for routine prescription enquiries.

Please allow the practice extra time to process the prescriptions. 

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Calls to the practice from 6:00pm to 8:00am Monday to Thursday and from 6:00pm Friday to 8:00am Monday, will be transferred to the Out of Hours Service. NOTE: Between 6:00pm and 6:30pm Monday to Friday please call NHS111 (just dial111 from your phone)

It is also possible to make an appointment via our 24/7 self booking service.  This service is specifically for appointments with your registered GP.  Please note the system permits only 2 appointments in our clinical system.  You can access this service direct via our telephone system and selecting option 1 or online.

 

NHS111

NHS 111 (just dial 111 from any phone) replaces NHS Direct in our area and provides a confidential telephone service, 24 hours a day, to give advice and guidance on health issues and health services. After assessment the outcome may be that you need to be seen by the Out of Hours GPs and the NHS 111 team will put you straight through. Our out of hours service (weekday nights, weekends and bank holidays) is run by local GPs. 

 

Call 999

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

 

 
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