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Please remember your local pharmacist can offer professional free advice and can answer questions about prescribed and over the counter medications.

Vitamin D can be bought over the counter from your local pharmacist or health food shop. People at risk of Vit D deficiency are those under 5, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, people who have low exposure to sunlight, People with darker skin and people over 65.

New guidance from the CCG is that GP's can no longer issue prescriptions for any medications that can be bought over the counter, such as Paracetamol, Calpol, Aspirin, or hay fever medications like Cetirizine. This includes both adults and children.

Please see below a link for videos on treating a number of minor illnesses including sickness, flu and fevers.

Please be aware that Smear test results are currently taking 4-6 weeks to process by the laboratory. You will be sent letters directly from them. The results do not come to the surgery first.

The most efficient way to order a prescription is to use our electronic prescribing system - click here to read more

Welcome to Monkfield Medical Practice

Christmas Opening Times and Prescriptions

Please make sure you order your medications well in advance of the Christmas period. We will be authorising prescriptions up to 14 days prior to their next due date.

For information about our Christmas period opening times please click here.

Repeat Dispensing

As of 19th November 2018, the Repeat Prescription Ordering Service at Lloyds Pharmacy Cambourne will be ending. With this in mind we would like to advise you of the ways you are able to order your monthly medications directly with Monkfield Surgery:

In Person - Just drop your repeat medication request in to the Red Box at reception

Online - log on via our website or email in your request to capccg.prescriptions.mmp@nhs.net.

Sadly we cannot take requests via telephone.

Please give 3 working days for your prescriptions to be collected from the surgery.

 

Extended Hours

We can now offer appointments after hours and weekends at the four extended access hubs, Nuffield Road, Comberton, St Mary's in Ely and Granta who are offering the extended hours service. These can be booked through us for routine appointments, please enquire when you call.

Flu Vaccinations!

Here at the surgery we will be offering the vaccine to the following group:

Adults:

We will be providing a Vaccine to over 18’s who:

  • are 65 years of age or over   
  • are pregnant 
  • have certain medical conditions 
  • are living in a long-stay residential care home or other long-stay care facility 
  • receive a carer's allowance, or you are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill 

Children:

All children under 18 unless contraindicated will receive the Fluenz Nasal Spray

  • over the age of 6 months and under 18 with a long-term health condition
  • aged 2 and 3 on August 31 2018 – that is, born between September 1 2014 and August 31 2016

Please note children in reception class and school years 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 will have theirs administered at school.   

Smears

The labs have notified us that we are currently facing a 12 week waiting list for results of smears. You will be sent the results directly when they come through so please don't call the surgery to chase these up.

 

 

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