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Church Street Surgery30 Church StreetDunoon, PA23 8BGTel: 01369 702772
Notice of 2 working days is required to obtain a repeat prescription. Please allow plenty of time for the prescription request to be processed.
Repeat prescriptions are not accepted by telephone.
Please wait until after 2pm before calling to enquire about your prescription requests.
From 1st April 2011 NHS prescription charges in Scotland have been abolished.
Any Scottish prescription form presented for dispensing in Scotland will be dispensed free of charge.
Any Welsh or Northern Irish script presented for dispensing in Scotland will be dispensed free of charge under reciprocal agreement.
Any English prescription form presented for dispensing in Scotland will be charged the English rate of £7.40 unless the prescription form is accompanied by an Entitlement Card, confirming the patient is eligible to receive the items free of charge, or the patient qualifies for exemption/remission of charges as listed in Regulation 4 of the NHS (Free Prescriptions and Charges for Drugs and Appliances)(Scotland) Regulations 2011.
To apply for an Entitlement Card please contact Practitioner Services Division (PSD) of NHS National Services Scotland by calling 0141 300 1300 or 0131 275 6000.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.