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We are closed for a PLT afternoon (staff training) on Thursday 25th January 2018 closing at 12:30hrs


The NHS Prescription Ordering Direct (POD) service is new for all Lawley site patients from the 5th June 2017 and is the easy way for you to order your repeat prescription. All it takes to order is a simple phone call – there is no need to go into your GP Practice or Pharmacy.

The number to call is: 01952 580350

Available any time Monday to Friday from 8am – 6pm

Prescription Ordering Direct


Medication no longer available on prescription. Please see attachments from Telford & Wrekin CCG below advising of this change:

CCG Medication Statement - March 17
CCG None Prescribed Medication List - March 17

Repeat Prescriptions 

Patients on long-term medication and eligible for repeat prescriptions can use the repeat slip attached to their last prescription to re-order. orange_pills

Please allow 48hours for your prescription to be generated.

For urgent prescription requests please see document with information on how to do this - Urgent medication requests

Repeat prescriptions can be requested in the following ways:

1) Posting your request along with a stamped addressed envelope and we will post your presciption back to you.

2) By fax machine on 01952 501502

3) By visiting the practice and putting your printed request slip in the prescription request box at reception.

4) By visiting the practice and completing a request slip at the reception desk.

5) By requesting your prescription from the POD (as above)

We do not take medication requests over the telephone.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.


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