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Marysville Medical Practice
How you can order your repeat/ acute prescriptions is changing soon
From 28th June we will have a new NHS Prescription Ordering Direct (POD) system
which means your medication can be ordered through a simple phone call.
Why? The POD is staffed by dedicated and fully trained prescription clerks who have access to all your repeat prescription records. We feel this will satisfy many patients who want to phone for their repeat medication, as well as being safer as properly trained call handlers are used. The aim is not only convenience but to ensure patients are receiving the correct quantity of medication. It reduces unnecessary medication being dispensed and has saved a huge amount of NHS money so far.
For those who want the freedom to order any time of day- this can still be done through the online EMIS access – ask for a leaflet or see our website, but we will no longer be accepting e-mails for repeat medications.
On line access can also allow you to look at results, and documents on your records!
CQC regulates Marysville Medical Practice to provide quality care here at the surgery.
Marysville was inspected in June 2015
We are very pleased to say that the CQC gave Marysville a status of OUTSTANDING.
To see the full report please follow the link below:
Before you book appointments on line with one of our GP's please consider the following options where your problem may be dealt with sooner.
Call NHS 111 - for help and advice or if you are not sure which NHS service you need.
Ask you local PHARMACIST for advice - your pharmacist can give you advice for many common minor illnesses, such as diarrhoea, minor infections, headache, travel advice or sore throats
For common or short-term ailments.
Shropshire practices spend £1.3M on medicines which are easily available to purchase from your local pharmacy or supermarkets.
SHROPSHIRE CCG supports GPs to reduce their prescribing of these products:
- Patients have a responsibility to look after themselves and their children where possible and manage self-limiting minor ailments with support from their local pharmacy if needed.
- Patients should keep a small supply of simple treatments in their own medicine cabinet so they are able to manage minor ailments at home.
- All of these medicines are widely available from supermarkets, pharmacies and some dispensing GP Practices at reasonable cost.
- Many of these treatments are more expensive when prescribed on the NHS compared to when they are purchased in pharmacies or supermarkets e.g. paracetamol is approximately 4x more expensive on prescription.
- The NHS belongs to everybody and the CCG must ensure that its resources are used in the best possible way for all patients.
- Some pharmacies may be able to provide these items free of charge under the Pharmacy First scheme.
NHS Shropshire CCG does not support the routine prescribing of medication that is available to buy from local pharmacies or supermarkets for children or adults.
The medications listed below are examples of medicines that should be purchased by the patient/parent/guardian. This list is not exhaustive.
Creams, Lotions, Drops and Suppositories
- Creams, gels & supports for sprain injuries e.g. Ibuprofen Gel, Voltarol Gel®
- Haemorrhoidal preparations e.g. Anusol®
- Medicated shampoose.g. Alphosyl, Capasal
- Moisturising creams, gels, ointments etc. for dry skin with no diagnosis
- Chloramphenicol (patients ≥2yrs)
- Bath oils & shower gels unless recommended by Specialist
- Simple wart & verrucae treatments e.g. Bazuka®, Duofilm®
- Antifungal preparations e.g. Daktarin®, Canesten®
- Products for Molluscum contagiosum
- Lubricating eye drops
- Head lice lotions e.g. Hedrin®, Derbac-M®
Tablets and Liquids
- Painkillers for minor aches and pains
- e.g. paracetamol, ibuprofen, Calpol®
- Treatments for short-term constipation or diarrhoea e.g. senna, Imodium®, Rehydration sachets e.g. Dioralyte®, Electrolade®
- Indigestion remedies for short-term use e.g. Gaviscon®, Peptac®
- Cough & cold remedies e.g. simple linctus, Tixylix®
- Lozenges, throat sprays, mouthwashes & gargles e.g. Difflam®,
- Corsodyl®, Strepsils®
- Hay fever treatments such as antihistamines, nasal sprays and eye drops (patients ≥18yrs) e.g. Piriton, Beconase®
- Tonics, vitamins including Vitamin D e.g. I-Caps®, multivitamins
- Threadworm treatments e.g. Mebendazole, Ovex® Sinus rinses e.g. Sterimar®
- Lactose free & Comfort Milks e.g. SMA Lactose Free, Wysoy, Aptamil Anti-Reflux
PEARS service - for EYE PROBLEMS - you can self refer to this service - Ring 01743 277560 for participating opticians and further information.
EXTENDED HOURS - for an appointment between 6pm and 8pm weekdays and 9am and 1pm Saturdays please ring 0333 222 6649. You will be offered an appointment at a local GP practice who will forward your consultation on to us.
PRACTICE NURSES - Is it something our Practice Nurses can deal with? - please visit our Practice Staff page
Before you can register to order your repeat prescriptions or make appointments ON-LINE you will need to obtain your PIN number from the Practice. Once obtained click on patient access symbol on the right to complete registration process. If already registered please just click on symbol.
The technology also means you can now do a lot of things from the comfort of your home such as order a repeat prescription or cancel an appointment.
You can also view your blood results which will be clearly marked with comments from your GP with any actions you may need to take. Documents will also be visible to you.
ASK AT RECEPTION FOR FURTHER DETAILS
PATIENT ACCESS HAS CHANGED - PLEASE CLICK LINK BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION
Need help out of hours? Call NHS111 or our Out of Hours service 0333 222 66 55
NAMED ALLOCATED GP - INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS
All patients now have an named allocated GP. If you don't know who this is or would like to change your named allocated GP please either e-mail or fax your request to the surgery or of course ask the next time you attend surgery.
Fax: 01743 244788
Please try and avoid phoning the surgery for this information as this will block our telephone lines.