Please drop in your Prescription Medication Card, or a list of all your medications with your name and address through the letterbox with your Pharmacy name or click on the prescription button, (on the top of page). All prescriptions are now sent electronically to your nominated Pharmacy.
Please mark the medications you require on your card, so that we can ensure you have your correct script. If your medication is changed by a consultant, or hospital, please inform us as soon as possible so that we can update your medical records, and ensure your next prescription is correct.
From time to time, as the Doctor reviews your prescriptions, you may be requested to attend the surgery for review of both your medications and yourself. In most cases a review is required every six months. Please allow AT LEAST 48 HOURS for us to prepare your prescription, as your medications and doses need to be checked.
We now use a secure email to send your prescription to your pharmacy.
Once you have your medication from your Pharmacy, we would advise you to drop the hospital prescription through the letter box or email to us, so that your medical chart can be updated and that we can e-mail your prescription to your pharmacy to ensure you receive the rest of your medication.
Please note we need AT LEAST 48 HOURS to prepare this prescription.
Results of blood tests taken in the surgery usually return in 10 working. However, a number of tests may take a little longer. Patients should contact the surgery 10 working days after the tests have been taken, by phoning at the appropriate hours.
Monday – Wednesday 12.30 – 1.00 Aisling – Practice Nurse
Thursday – Friday 12.30 – 1.00 Roisin – Practice Nurse
Monday, Thursday 12.30 – 1.00 Dr Maeve Davis
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 12.30 – 1.00 Dr Jeetandera Rathi (Sonu)
We do offer a text messaging service for results, reminders etc .
Please contact us by phone to opt in for text consent, so that we can set you up for future reminders such as results, appointments etc
Please note: Due to the large number of blood tests taken on a daily basis, it is not possible for all patients to be contacted individually with results, so it is important that you contact the surgery if you have not heard from us.
Please note that reception team, are not permitted to give test results to patients unless specifically instructed to do so by the Doctor.