Thomson Avenue, Johnstone, PA5 8SU
Telephone: 01505 331979
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If you are on regular medication, your doctor may not need to see you each time you require more tablets.
They will give you a repeat prescription instead. The easiest way to order repeat medication is through Patient Access if you have not already signed up for this please ask the next time you are in surgery. You can also post your request in the box located in reception. If you are not able to collect your prescription, please send a stamped addressed envelope with it.
Please note that the Surgery also has a Repeat Prescription Line (01505 327497) which is open Monday – Friday. As we begin to gently remobilise our surgery, prescriptions will only be taken from 10am-12.30pm each day.
Requests for repeat prescriptions outwith this time will only be accepted in extreme cases of emergency. The surgery operates a prescription collection service with various local chemists – please ask your pharmacy of choice for details.
Please allow at least 48 hours before going to the chemist to collect your prescription.
If you request any medications that are not on repeat. Your request will be handled by one of our in surgery pharmacists or a GP.
Ask your chemist for advice about choosing the right medicines for common ailments.
Your chemist can advise you if you are unsure about seeing a doctor.
They can offer advice about a problem if you are not sure what is causing it.
Ask for advice about staying healthy.
Be sure to tell your chemist if you are taking other medicines – some medicines are not compatible.