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Sep 2015
Time of Change
The past year has been a tumultuous one for healthcare in Burntwood: it has seen a long standing and well respected doctor retire and his young eager replacement forced to close a surgery that was in the heart of the community; and pharmacies and surgeries have had to embrace the new world of electronic prescriptions! This technology has changed the workflow in pharamcies and despite having had teething problems it is working much better now. We would like to thak you all for persevering with us during this time of unprecedented change! And an update on our prescription collection service from Dr Rasib's, Cannock Hospital: as you can appreciate it is untennable for us to provide the same daily service we did when Dr Rasib had a surgery in Burntwood (and, in fact, we still do for all the other surgeries) but still offer to collect on a Moday afternoon and Thursday morning from Cannock. At this time we can put in requests for medication but the turnaround to receive prescriptions will inevitably be longer, especially for those items that are not sent electronically (like CD's). So give yourself plenty of time to order your next prescription; 7 days before you are due to run out is a good time as nothing is processed at the weekend. If you would like to order your repeat prescription from Dr Rasib's surgery via their website please go into their surgery to get your log-in details and set up an account. You will only need to do this once. They can then transfer the prescription to us electronically and we can put it up as normal. Please ring us for further clarification. Some things to note: Next month sees the return of the STOPTOBER campaign so come in if you would like help with giving up smoking. And we are offering a Flu Jab service for all eligible NHS and private patients. We look forward to you visiting us soon.
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Changes to our operations and service

Please bear with us and be kind to our staff. We are exceptionally busy and re-organising our services to provide the best possible service.

  • Delivery is now only available to the over 70s, people with underlying health conditions who have be written to by the NHS, people that must self isolate due to displaying Coronavirus symptoms and have no-one who can collect for them.
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  • Only 2 people are allowed in the pharmacy at one time.

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