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Broadshires Health Centre, Broadshires Way, Carterton, Oxon, OX18 1JATel: 01993 845600
Flu Clinics are now available for this years Flu Preventation Campaign.
Clinics are available for Children aged 2,3 and 4, patients 65 and over and
also patients in the below Clinical at risk categories:
Chronic Liver, Neurological, Kidney, Heart and Respiratory Diseases,
Diabetes and Immunosurpression.
Other categoies also include Pregnant Women, Carers and
those in long term Residential Care Homes.
The below clinics are now available to book and more will be
added as the campaign progress's
Friday 7th October from 15.00pm
Saturday 8th October from 9.00am
Friday 14th October from 15.40pm
Saturday 22nd October from 9.00am
Friday 7th October from 14.00pm
Please contact reception to book your appointment
We have a repeat prescription system for patients on regular medication. You may request a repeat prescription either personally, by telephone, by letter or by e-mail.
Telephone requests for repeat prescriptions may be made either via the general telephone number during surgery opening times or by ringing 01993 867132 at any time.
Irrespective of how you request a repeat prescription, please allow 1 week (5 working days) for it to be processed.
Prescriptions can be taken to any chemist or can be dispensed by our own pharmacy.
People are often uncertain what qualifies a patient registered with The Broadshires Health Centre to obtain their prescription items from the pharmacy at the Health Centre.
Legally a ‘Dispensing patient’ is defined as someone who lives more than one mile (1.6km) from their nearest chemist. Thus for the majority of our patients, anyone who lives more than a mile from the surgery in Carterton is entitled to obtain their prescription items from the pharmacy at the Health Centre. However a patient registered with us who lives within a mile of another dispensing chemist, such as Lloyds Pharmacy, is not entitled to obtain their prescriptions from the Health Centre.
Dispensing patients are free to choose to collect their prescription items from a chemist if they so prefer, but patients living within a mile of a chemist are not allowed to collect their prescriptions from the Health Centre.
Please allow 1 week (5 Working days), excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.