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Deane ClinicOne Stop Health CentreHorsefield StBolton, BL3 4LUTel: 01204 471444
Repeat prescriptions can be requested by following methods:-
Your request must be received by the surgery no later than 48 hours before you require your prescription. You can post your request to the surgery, please enclose a stamped self addressed envelope and we will post your prescription back to you.
After a specific number of repeats, you will be required to see the Doctor or Nurse to ensure all is well before further supplies are issued. Any inconvenience caused by this is regretted but we feel this policy is essential to provide the best medical care and safety prescribing to our patients. There are certain medicines that will not be issued without seeing the Doctor.
Patients who require a regular supply of drugs and who pay for their prescriptions may find it cheaper to purchase a pre-payment certificate – FP95 (Season ticket). Please ask the receptionist for details.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.