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Dr Sardar & Partners Portland Road Surgery31 Portland RoadKilmarnock, KA1 2DJTel: 01563 522118
DUE TO THE VOLUME OF REQUESTS THERE WILL BE A DELAY IN PROCESSING YOUR PRESCRIPTION.
IT MAY TAKE UP TO 5 DAYS FOR YOUR REQUEST TO BE READY
PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE PRACTICE TO CHECK IF YOUR PRESCRIPTION HAS BEEN DONE
AT PRESENT WE ARE WORKING 3 DAYS BEHIND OUR
IF YOU HAVE ENTERED INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH A PHARMACY TO COLLECT YOUR PRESCRIPTION ON YOUR BEHALF YOU SHOULD ALLOW FOUR WORKING DAYS BEFORE COLLECTING YOUR MEDICATION FROM THE PHARMACY -
YOUR PRESCRIPTION WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT THE SURGERY
Please note that your prescription will be sent to the pharmacy you are coded for. If you need to change this please contact the practice to speak to a member of the Reception team or contact the pharmacy and sign a new agreement with the pharmacy of your choice.
Patients receiving repeat medication on a long-term basis will have a list of this medication printed on the right hand side of their prescription. This list can then be handed in, or posted to the surgery when a further prescription is required. If a stamped addressed envelope is included, we will return your prescription by post.
If the medication is not listed on the right hand side of your prescription then either a handwritten request or an on-line request is required.
Prescriptions can be collected 2 working days after you have made your request unless you have asked a pharmacy to collect it on your behalf (see above)
NHS prescription charges have been abolished in Scotland.