Our Patient Newsletter for January 2024 is now available in PDF format here.
Our Patient Newsletter for November 2023 is now available in PDF format here.
If you would like to take part in the Prescott Surgery Patient Participation Group (PPG) patient survey, please fill in the form here: https://forms.office.com/e/dsP6uXHhFw – it should not take more than two minutes. Thank you!
Our Patient Newsletter for September 2023 is now available in PDF format here.
Prescott Surgery have recently invested in a new online patient service. This service is the quickest and simplest way for the majority of our patients to access our clinical team for assistance.
You can find out more here.
Note that our practice phone lines remain open for anyone with accessibility needs who might find difficulty using this online service.
As of the 1st May 2023, we will no longer offer a telephone repeat prescription ordering service. The following are alternative ways to to order your repeat prescription:
- dropping off the paper slip from your existing prescription at the surgery,
- ordering online via the NHS App or Patient Access (note that to access the Patient Access system, you will need to print out and fill in this form and then bring it to the surgery along with a copy of your photo ID).
Please see the following information about an NHS PPC (Prescription Prepayment Certificate) for Hormone Replacement Therapy: https://www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/help-nhs-prescription-costs/nhs-hormone-replacement-therapy-prescription-prepayment-certificate-hrt-ppc.
Our Patient Newsletter for March/April 2023 is now available in PDF format here.
Please see the following information about child exploitation in Shropshire:
- For parents and carers: https://www.shropshire.gov.uk/media/24227/ce-in-shropshire-leaflet-for-parents-carers.pdf
- For local communities: https://www.shropshire.gov.uk/media/24226/ce-in-shropshire-leaflet-for-local-communities.pdf
If you have any concerns, please contact CrimeStoppers on 0800 555 1111.
Please see the information below about a study on the longer term effects of COVID-19 infection in children and young people.
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