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Wentworth Medical Practice

38 Wentworth Avenue
Finchley
London
N3 1YL

Tel: 020 8346 1242
Fax: 020 8343 3614

Wentworth Group Practice 

wentworth.mp@nhs.net 

Out of Hours: 111

Audley Medical Practice

86 Audley Road

Hendon
London
NW4 3HB
 Tel: 020 8203 5150
Fax: 020 8202 5682
Welcome to our new surgery website.

Prescriptions

 

 

Newly Registered Patients: If you are a newly registered patient, you will need to see one of our Health Care Assistants first for a new patient health check and confirmation of your medication and dosage, before your medication can be prescribed.  If you have not already done so, please arrange an appointment for this purpose

 

Private Prescriptions:  These can only be issued if accompanied by a typed letter from the Consultant, we advise you get this before leaving the Private clinic. The first issue of a private precription is accompanied by a fee. In some instances you made need to go to the clinics pharmacy for the first issue as until a letter has been typed and recieved we cannot issue a prescription. Transferring private prescriptions will require the same safety checks as NHS prescriptions;  you should allow two working days for processing.

 

Some of the local pharmacists offer a collection service from the practice.  Please click on 'Other Information' tab to see the list of the local chemists.


Repeat Prescriptions  

 

Repeat prescriptions are only authorised by the doctor if you require continuing, long term medication and you attend for a medication check on a regular basis. Medication checks are usually carried out once a year, unless your doctor has told you otherwise. If it is a year since you last saw the doctor or nurse, please arrange an appointment for a medication check before you request a further supply.

 

If it has been agreed by your doctor, you may obtain a repeat prescription by giving at least 48 hours notice (two working days, taking account of weekends/ public holidays).

 

 In order to avoid mistakes, we cannot accept requests for repeat prescription over the phone. It is also very time consuming and blocks the line for more urgent calls.

 

Always ensure you do not let your medication run out before requesting a repeat prescription.

 

Requesting Repeat Prescription

 

Please request your repeat prescriptions in one of the following ways:

  • use the request slip from your previous prescription
  • use the Patient Access service
  • write a hand written request
  • Nominate a pharmacy to request on your behalf

Request Slip

 

If you attach an SAE we will return your prescription by post.

 

Each request should contain your full name, address and date of birth, so that we can identify you.  You should also tell us exactly which medication you are rquesting.  Your will recieve a computerised tear-off slip with each prescription.  You can use this for future requests.

 

 Your repeat prescription slip should be handed into reception or posted. If you enclose a stamped address envelope it will be returned to you by post.

 

Patient Access

 

Patient Access is a service provided by EMIS (our clinical system) that allows you to access your practice online. Patient Access includes a number of optional features, including:

  • Checking, booking and cancelling appointments.
  • Checking your medication and ordering repeat medication.

If you already have an account please click the button below to login. If you do not yet have an account but would like one please contact the surgery.

 

  

 


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