We dispense to all local villages including Lubenham. If you live in one of the local villages, we can prepare your medications for you to collect from our qualified & friendly staff at the Old School Surgery Dispensary.
The Dispensary opening times are from 8.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday.
Order medication online:
Ordering online is the easiest way to order your medication. You will first need to complete an application form to get your individual Access ID obtainable from the Dispensary or Reception, then click the button below.
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Order medication by telephone:
Telephone: (0116) 279 1406
If the line is engaged please leave a message, clearly telling us your name, address and telephone number where you are contactable, and what medication you require. Alternatively, one of the dispensers will be more than happy to ring you back towards the end of each surgery.
Out of Hours and need your medication urgently?
If the surgery dispensary is closed and you need your medication urgently, please contact the out-of-hours service via NHS111 - just phone: 111 from your landline or mobile.
We aim to have your prescriptions ready within 2 working days (48 hours). On Monday afternoon we provide a clinic in the villages of Hallaton and Medbourne. Should you wish to have your medication delivered to these afternoon clinics please inform our dispensary and we will be happy to discuss arrangements with you. We can also offer a delivery service – please ask us for details.
Other things that are available
For your convenience our dispensary also stocks a range of competitively priced items such as travel kits, travel stockings and dossett boxes, which are available for purchase by all patients and can be collected along with your medication if you are a village patient.
If you are taking regular medications, you will need to have a prescription review every so often, depending on the medication you are taking. The date of the review is on the bottom of your repeat prescription. For the majority of people this review will be done with a suitably trained nurse. Some people will need blood and urine tests prior to their annual review appointment and the receptionists will organise this when you call for your appointment.
Repeat prescriptions for simple medications including anti-histamines for hay fever and skin creams for eczema often can be renewed by a telephone consultation with your doctor. This can be booked through Reception.