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We pride ourselves on being a small and friendly Practice. We aim to give you the best possible standard of care.

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If when attending one of the local hospitals or any private hospital you may be given a prescription by the consultant. Any such prescriptions should be dispensed by the Pharmacy at the hospital and not taken to your local Pharmacy. Should a prescription be given as a result of a private appointment charges for the medication will be different to that of a NHS prescription.

Under the NHS GMS Regulations a patient is entitled to receive any drug which is available on the NHS, via an NHS prescription. Therefore, GPs can convert a private script to an NHS Prescription, better known as a FP10 if the patient requests this but these guidelines suggests GP’s can convert to a FP10, but the Practice are under no obligation to do so. It has been Practice policy for a number of years that private prescriptions are not converted to FP10’s.

Should you require any further information please ask one of the receptionist.


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We pride ourselves on being a small and friendly Practice. We aim to give you the best possible standard of care.

Your treatment will be given after discussion and consent by yourself by the most appropriately qualified member of the team. It is important that you understand all the information offered to you, so if in doubt, please ask.

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