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Acute Prescriptions

An acute prescription is any prescription that is not on repeat.

There are a number of ways to request an acute prescription:

  • Speak to a receptionist on the phone
  • Leave a written request into the practice reception desk

Please note: A request is no guarantee of the prescription being provided.  The doctor or pharmacist may wish to discuss your request further before making a decision.  In some cases your request may be declined.

Speaking to a receptionist on the phone

Acute prescriptions can be ordered by speaking to a receptionist on the phone. Please remember the receptionists are busy so please be prepared to give the correct name and dose of the medication you’re requesting before calling.  The receptionist will take details of your request which will be passed to a doctor or pharmacist for review.

Dropping your written acute prescription request into the practice

Please leave a written request into the practice.

This should clearly state:

  • Your name, date of birth and address
  • The name and dose of the medication you are requesting
  • The reason for the request

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Contact Info

12345 West Elm Street

Phone: 1.888.456.7890

Fax: 1.888.654.9876

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Abbey Family Practice is based within Bangor Health Centre on the Newtownards Road in Bangor, Co. Down. Conveniently located beside Bangor Abbey , we are a friendly and welcoming medical practice and pride ourselves on delivering a high quality of care to all of our patients.