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IMPROVED ACCESS TO PRIMARY CARE

This practice will be ensuring everyone has easier and more convenient access to GP services, including appointments at evenings and weekends. We will be working with a variety of health care providers in several locations, all registered with CQC to provide GP services. The GP practice where the patient is seen will take responsibility for the regulated activity delivered there, regardless of where the patient is registered.

Evening appointments Monday to Friday, are available at Salisbury Medical Practice and Saturday appointments are available at Three  Chequers Medical Practice, Three Swans site for blood tests,  HCA and Nurse appointments.

NHS Prescription Charges 

 From 1st April 2019, the prescription charge per item is £9.00

If you wish to pay the surgery by cheque please make these payable to "Whiteparish Surgery". You may also pay by debit card or cash.  If you are ordering a prescription to be left at one of our "drop off" points, then we must receive payment in advance.  You may telephone the dispensary with your debit card details.

Pre-payment certificates are available and patients who have to pay for more than 4 prescription items in 3 months or 14 items in 12 months may find it cheaper than pay-as-you-go.  

You can buy a pre-payment certificate online, by post or by phone. Ring 0845 850 0030 to buy over the phone using your credit or debit card. A 12 month certificate can be purchased using a 10 month direct debit instalment payment.

Details of the current prescription charge and pre-payment certificate costs are available in leaflet HC12 - Charges and optical voucher values. 

 Click here for an online PPA application form, or click here to visit the Pricing Prescription website home page.  

 Importantly, some patients can get free prescriptions;

 Who is entitled to free prescriptions? 

 Certain groups of people are entitled to free prescriptions. These include:  

    • People aged under 16 or in full-time education up to the age of 18  

    • People aged 60 or over  

    • People receiving Income Support, income based Job Seekers’ Allowance, or some other benefits  
    • People with certain medical conditions can get a Medical Exemption Certificate 

    • Pregnant women can get a Maternity Exemption Certificate People on low income can apply for certificate HC2 

 

Further details on entitlements to free prescription are available from leaflet HC11, which can be found here in English and other languages. When you collect your prescription, you will need to provide evidence to show that you are entitled to free prescriptions.   
 

 
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