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Crossgar SurgeryJames StreetCrossgar, BT30 9JUTel: 028 4483 0230
You can obtain a repeat prescription by
In order to process the large number of requests each day please note that 48 hours notice is required for repeat prescription requests. Due to the high volume of requests received by the practice each day, you should note that you will be asked to call back if you request your prescription earlier than the times indicated above.
From time to time, for acute and episodic problems, it is necessary to request prescription items that are not on a repeat list. We may call you back if there is something that we would like to clarify – please be prepared to leave a number by which you can be accessed. Acute requests should be made before 1100 and can be collected after 1400 at the surgery or at Crossgar Pharmacy after 1600. Please ensure that you clearly state your preference for place of collection.
To improve the experience for everyone concerned we will give you a range of options in respect of collection of your prescription. You should choose between collection at the Surgery and collection from local pharmacies. For collection from local pharmacies the prescription will be placed in a box for that pharmacy and it will be available for collection after the chosen pharmacy has arranged to collect the prescription from Crossgar Surgery
There are currently no charges for dispensation of medicines on prescriptions in Northern Ireland. Private prescriptions may attract a small charge.