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Taff's Well Medical CentreTel: 02920 820 320
Castle View SurgeryTel: 029 2088 0994
TO AVOID MISTAKES - REQUESTS FOR REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS WILL NOT BE TAKEN OVER THE TELEPHONE. Repeat prescriptions are computerised They are only given on presentation of a repeat prescription slip issued by the doctor. You may be asked to make an appointment for a treatment review if they feel you need one. (See prescription review clinic below.)You may hand in your slip at reception or post it with a SAE to the Medical Centre. Prescriptions are signed daily.
My Health Online allows you to request repeat prescriptions online. Please complete an application formIn Taff’s Well 48hrs notice is required when requesting prescriptions Mon - FriAt Castle View prescriptions are ready the for collection 24hrs after ordering Mon - Fri
All patients having repeat prescriptions must be reviewed regularly. This includes prescriptions initiated by the hospital and new patients who have been prescribed repeat drugs by a previous GP. It is important to know that the medication is effective, tolerated and has no side effects. When your prescription slip asks you to make an appointment for prescription review please tell the receptionist the reason for the appointment. You may have to have a blood test a few days before your appointment.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.