Medication reviews are now done in your birth month, you are not required to book an appointment for this. We will contact you.
If you need an annual blood test, and B/P check diabetic/asthma/COPD/Pill/HRT review please book this yourself in your birthday month.
This information is on your prescription repeat list.
To order your prescriptions on line please contact your Dispensary who will give you a letter detailing how to access this service.
"TPP are pleased to announce that SystmOnline is now available to patients as an app for iPhones, iPads and other Apple devices running the iOS operating system. The app is listed on the App Store and is free to download. To download the app, search for "SystmOnline" in the app store. For android device users this app can be found on Google Play.
Patients can use their existing SystmOnline login details to access the online services offered by your organisation via the app. "
Dorset CCG Prescibing for Overseas Travel
Please note, due to NHS policy we are phasing out the use of the fax machine and so are no longer publishing the fax number. Please contact the surgery for alternative methods of communication.
Whitecliff Group Practice ordering of Repeat Prescriptions
Please allow 48 hours (2 working days), excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.
Repeat prescriptions may be ordered by
- putting the repeat slip in the box in the Surgery,
- over the internet (please ask at dispensary for more details)
We are offering a text back service at our Whitecliff Surgery and Child Okeford Surgery to let patients know when their prescriptions are ready for collection. (please ask at dispensary for more details)
You can get your medicines at the Surgery if you live more than a mile from a Chemist. Please allow 48 hours (two full working days) for Repeat Prescription requests to be processed.
There is a charge for each item. If you are entitled to free prescriptions we will ask you to show proof of this. These people have their prescriptions free:
- Children under 16 and full-time students under 19
- People over 60
- Holders of an exemption certificate from the Health Authority
- People who have Income Support or Family Credit or who have a Certificate for Full Help (AG2)
- Some War Pensioners and Service Pensioners.
If you have to pay for your prescriptions, a prepayment 'Season Ticket' will save money if you need more than 5 items in 4 months or more than 14 items in a year. To buy a 'Season Ticket', you need form FP95 from a Social Security office, a Post Office or our Dispensary.