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Out of Hours Appointments
Somerville is now able to offer a limited number of pre-bookable, routine appointments outside normal working hours.

URGENT appointments are still available via GPOOH and the Walk in Centre at APH (678 8496) and the Walk in Centre at VCH (604 7296)

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CHANGES TO YOUR MEDICATION

From time to time your medication may change:-

  • From a tablet to capsule or vice versa
  • From one brand to another
  • Another equivalent medication

Your doctor will only do this if the new medication is as good as or better at treating your condition.Making such changes helps to ensure that every penny spent on your local NHS is spent wisely.

This practice participates in the Wirral Prescribing Incentive Scheme. This scheme aims to increase the quality and cost effectiveness of prescribing. 

If you have any queries about these changes to your medication please speak to a member of staff at the practice or if you prefer your local pharmacist.

For reasons of safety we are unable to accept repeat prescription requests over the telephone requests MUST be in writing and can be ordered:

By calling at the surgery

using the prescription counterfoil or the pre-printed slip available at reception

By post:

Somerville Medical Centre 69 Gorsey Lane, Wallasey, CH44 4AA.  Prescriptions will be mailed back if you enclose a stamped addressed envelope. 

By Fax:

0151 637 0291

Register for Patient Access to order your prescriptions and book appointments via the internet.

If you wish to continue to order your prescriptions electronically and you would like to be able to book appointments via the web please ask at reception for the necessary registration letter which will give you the instructions on what to do 

 

You can register for electronic prescribing at any pharmacy or at the surgery - order your repeat prescription as usual and it will go directly to that pharmacy for collection.

From your local pharmacy:

Most pharmacies will arrange to order, collect and dispense your prescription for you.  Ask at your pharmacy and remember to allow extra time for this process to be completed. 

Same day prescription ordering - all requests received before 10.30am will be ready for collection on the same day after 3.30pm. Any requests received after 10.30am will be ready after 3.30pm the following day. Please note – requests made after 10.30am on a Friday will not be ready until 3.30pm the following Monday.

 
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