The best way of ordering repeat prescriptions is online through Patient Access Website : If you would like to register to access this service, please  ask the receptionist to fill in the required form  , the staff will help you with the process .

You can  order repeat prescriptions online using the above  website 24 hours a day and in weekends . Please allow 48 hours ( 2 working days) notice.

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It is important that you allow 48 hours notice—prior to running out of your medication for these requests.

We will not be able to accept repeat prescriptions by phone from January 2016.

We will accept repeat prescription requests by e-mail to generic practice e-mail address We do not accept ordering by post.
We will send your prescriptions electronically to your nominated pharmacy.

We are sorry but we cannot accept verbal requests over the reception desk, as this breaks medical  confidentiality regulations and causes delays for other patients waiting. 

Please Note:  Lloyds Pharmacy located at the side of the Surgery offer a collection and delivery service for repeat medication.  Please contact them directly on 01706 342050 for further information.

Opioid Prescribing( Morphine, Tramadol, Co-codamol , etc)

At Healey Surgery we take patient safety very seriously. We follow the recent NICE guidance for chronic pain management and  continually update and review our clinical practice to ensure patient care is of the highest standard. Recent research has highlighted a significant risk to patient safety around the use of opioid type painkillers for chronic pain. We know that these drugs are helpful in pain of recent onset for example a broken bone and they are also effective in patients with cancer related pain. However, recent medical evidence questions the benefit of opioid type painkillers for chronic pain. We now don’t think they are very good at killing pain at all when taken for more than a few months. If you have been  prescribed opioids for chronic pain  and, because we don't want our patients put at risk, we have been working on reducing your pain medications.  Please discuss with GP or practice pharmacisit if you have any concerns regarding  this. 

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