Belvedere medical Centre would like to encourage our patients to sign up to online services due to changes that took effect from 25th may 2018.
signing up to GP online services will able you to use the website for your convenience,relieve pressure on reception staff and satisfy GDPR Regulation.
For patients who are on continuous drug treatments, we can issue repeat prescriptions without the patient needing to visit the doctor or come to surgery every time. You can now request repeat prescriptions via our website or NHS Online Bexley App. If you would like to register for this service, please call reception for details or visit our website. You can also order repeat prescription by email or from your nominated pharmacist. Only if above is not possible, use your repeat prescription slip, indicating the items you require. If you do not use NHS online Bexley App to request repeat prescription you must provide your name and address, together with the details of your prescription (copied from the bottle or tube) clearly or the repeat prescription slip. If you would like your prescription posted back to you please supply a stamped addressed envelope. Always allow 48 hours (two working days) to complete your request. Please try not to come to surgery for repeat prescription request.
For medication review or medication queries you will be given a telephone appointment with the practice pharmacist. Please note that telephone appointments are not at exact time and you must make yourself available during that morning or afternoon to receive a call from practice pharmacist as advised.
If your prescription re-order slip indicates you need a Medication Review before we can issue further medication - Please make a telephone consultation with our Pharmacist and allow 2 weeks notice for your prescription to be issued.
Self Treatment of Common Illnesses and Accidents
Remember the pharmacist can give on-the-spot advice on your medication and possible side-effects and If you are buying over-the-counter remedies for self-help minor illnesses, always tell the pharmacist what prescribed medication you are taking.