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Wootton Medical Centre is currently closed to new patients due to maintaining current patient services and managing an ever increasing workload.  This is for a temporary basis and we will update our New Patients section when our situation changes.

The only number to contact the surgery is 01604 709922, any previous numbers are no longer in use.

We are offering DoctorLink at the surgery, please see below and section - Appointments & Clinics - for more details.  You may be directed to this when asking for an on the day appointment.

In November, 67 patients failed to attend or cancel their appointment at Wootton Medical Centre, please help us to help you by cancelling if you no longer need this appointment as these can then be offered to another patient.  See Appointments & Clinics section for more details.

If eligible book your flu vaccine now with Reception.

greepillsRepeat Prescriptions

Patients on regular medication may obtain repeat prescriptions without having to see a doctor, until their medication review is due.

Repeats may be obtained as follows:

  • Using SystmOnline via this link http://systmonline.tpp-uk.com (the surgery have no control over this link, if you have trouble accessing SystmOnline this way, please type SystmOnline into Google)
    For appointments and prescriptions please use the Online Services link above
  • Liaising directly with local pharmacy
  • Email wmc.prescriptions@nhs.net with your request including name, date of birth and items requested
  • By ticking the requested repeat medication on the retained part of your prescription, which you can then post to the practice (and include a stamped addressed envelope if you want it returning this way) or in the prescription box in Reception 

Repeat prescriptions take a minimum of 48 working hours, please request your items preferably giving 7 days.

We follow NHS guidelines by not taking any prescription requests over the telephone.

 

 
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