Going on holiday soon? If you plan on taking medication with you, it's important that you check the rules for all t… https://t.co/dkcWcJFIOU
Tests and exams can be a challenging part of school life for children and young people and their parents or carers.… https://t.co/gzLyzJmR56
Need help fast, but not sure what to do? Go straight to https://t.co/8VfK81f9u3
To find out more about NHS 111 inc… https://t.co/FesEKPrM4x
Got a family outing planned for the bank holiday weekend? Make sure to take extra care to protect babies and childr… https://t.co/jssgThFrhe
The main symptom of epilepsy is repeated seizures. These are sudden bursts of electrical activity in the brain that… https://t.co/Fnu8wU9zYv
Many of us know we should be more active, but there are so many things that seem to get in the way. See our tips on… https://t.co/qQc0uXxm55
Pharmacists are healthcare professionals who can help with things like coughs, colds, and other minor health concer… https://t.co/uTCTsR4xcZ
Reheating a rice dish for lunch? Be careful, you can get food poisoning from eating reheated rice. It's not the reh… https://t.co/T80Xms7aQg
Many people don't realise that their GP can help them quit smoking. Your doctor can do a lot, such as enrolling you… https://t.co/nGNytU1eGZ
Been diagnosed with dementia or know someone who has? Sign up to receive six weekly emails full of info and advice:… https://t.co/RPpn9XzoQi
If you need regular prescriptions and your doctor does not need to see you every time you may be given a repeat prescription. These are normally printed by the computer and with each prescription there is an attached reorder form. When you need further repeats, please tick the items required and put the form in the box provided in the surgery or post through the letter box. 48 hours’ notice is required. If you supply a stamped, addressed envelope, we will be happy to post the prescription to you.
If you are on repeat medication and you reach your maximum number of issues, please note that you must make an appointment to be seen by either our practice nurse or a doctor for a medication review before a further prescription can be issued.
Patients must be responsible in ensuring that their medication does not run out before they can obtain the next supply – we cannot get prescriptions written out and signed before 48 hours’ notice. Please note: if posted through the door at the weekend, the prescription may not be ready until Wednesday morning, ie 48 hours from the working day. We do not accept requests by telephone – this leaves our lines free for urgent matters and prevents dangerous errors being made.
Information submitted through secure forms is used only for the purposes of processing your request. We may
be in touch with you in relation to the information submitted.
All Information submitted through secure forms is secured with a private key known only to the GP practice and is
accessed over a secure connection by nominated Practice staff. Our practice has a strict confidentiality policy.
This information is not shared with any third party organisations.
This information is retained for up to 28 days.
I consent to my information being used for the purposes described above and wish to submit this online form to
The Blackheath Standard Surgery
11-13 Charlton Road, Blackheath, London, SE3 7HB.
Should you have any concerns about sending your personal details using the web,
please use one of the alternative methods offered by our organisation.