Padgate Medical Centre

Padgate Medical Centre

Padgate Medical Centre, 12 Station Road South, Padgate, Warrington | Tel: 01925 815333 | WARCCG.padgatemc@nhs.net

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Repeat Prescriptions

Prescription response times

CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR 2021/22

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from Padgate Medical Centre

Received MON 20TH December READY FOR COLLECTION 22nd December
Received TUE 21st December READY FOR COLLECTION 23rd December
Received WED 22nd December READY FOR COLLECTION 24th December
Received THU 23rd December READY FOR COLLECTION 29th December
Received FRI 24th December READY FOR COLLECTION 29th December
Received MON 27th December READY FOR COLLECTION 30th December
Received TUE 28th December READY FOR COLLECTION 31st December
Received WED 29th December READY FOR COLLECITON 31st December
Received THU 30th December READY FOR COLLECTION 4th January
Received FRI 31st December READY FOR COLLECTION 5th January

Please note we accept prescription requests 7 days before their due date, with the exception of CD’s (controlled drugs) which will be post-dated.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from Padgate Medical Centre

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Repeat Prescriptions

Repeat prescriptions require 48 hours to be processed. They can be ordered in several ways:

  • by ticking items required on the right-hand tear-off side of the computer prescription and post through the letterbox at the surgery.
  • by sending the request by post, or by sending a stamped addressed envelope with your request for posting back to you. Please remember this can take up to  seven days for postal requests.
  • by sending your request to the surgery and then telephoning your local chemist to arrange for them to collect the prescription and deliver the medication, together with your repeat slip for next time.
  • by following the link on this page to the online service.

Please allow 48 hours (excluding weekends and bank holidays) before collecting the prescription.

You will be asked to see the doctor for a check-up and review of your medication from time to time.

All patients on Warfarin have to produce their yellow book before we can issue their prescription for Warfarin. This is following a government safety directive to ensure that patients are being monitored and receiving the appropriate medication. If you cannot produce your yellow book please speak to a receptionist for further instructions.