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Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex7 Donaghanie RoadOmagh, Co.Tyrone, BT79 0NRTel: 028 8224 0175
The Practice will be closed Friday 25th Dec, Monday 28th Dec and Friday 1st Jan 2021.
Please order your repeat prescription 7 days in advance of when it is required to ensure you do not run out of your medicines when the Practice or your pharmacy is closed.
THANK YOU FOR HELPING US CARE FOR YOU THIS WINTER.
Repeat prescription requests can be made in the following ways:
ALL repeat prescriptions must be ordered by the patients themselves or their family member / carer.
It is NOT acceptable to expect your chemist to dispense medication that you haven‘t ordered and that the chemist does not have a prescription for.
If you want your prescription delivered to a Chemist please remember to tell the receptionist when ordering.
Repeat prescriptions will be ready for collection 2 working days after ordering (i.e. ordered Monday – ready after 17:00 Wednesday).
All emergency / acute prescriptions will be ready for collection after 17:00 – on occasions the GP may not have prescriptions signed, please be patient.
Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.