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URGENT PRESCRIPTION ORDERING INFORMATION

To reduce the risks of spreading Coronavirus for patients and staff we will NOT accept paper prescription requests until further notice.  We do not want patients entering the practice exposing themselves or our staff to risk of infection. You should request your prescription in one of the following ways:-


*NHS App - available in the App Store (Apple or Android). It’s easy to use and you can order your prescriptions quickly and easily. You can even see when they've been approved by a GP.


*Go to PatientAccess.com - we can send you a link to get started in creating an account if you do not already have one.


*You can email us at prescriptions.mrmc@nhs.net


You need to decide where we should send your prescription electronically. It can be to any pharmacy. You will not be able to collect your prescription from the Reception desk - please let us know your pharmacy preference. 


We no longer accept requests or produce paper prescriptions.


In some circumstances during this pandemic we will accept telephone requests for those unable to use the alternatives above, but you will still need to have a nominated pharmacy.


Thank you for your patience and understanding.


Physician Assistants

Mr Jack Callaghan (m)

What are Physician Associates?

Physician associates (PAs) are medically trained, generalist healthcare professionals, who work alongside doctors and provide medical care as an integral part of the multidisci-plinary team. Physician associates are dependent practi-tioners working with a dedicated medical supervisor, but are able to work autonomously with appropriate support.

How Can PAs help the NHS?

Physician associates increase the numbers of the medical workforce and increase access to quality care for patients. They act in an enabling role, helping to reduce the healthcare teams workload, and bring new talent to the NHS, adding to the skill mix within the teams.

What Qualifications do PAs have? Physician associate courses in the UK all follow a national curriculum and competence framework.

All physician associates must have a:

• relevant degree (for example bioscience or healthcare-related) and

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Pharmacists

Mr Robert Jones (m)

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
 
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