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We now have online prescription ordering, which will make it quicker to safely process repeat prescription requests for you. This service is only available for patients over 16 years old.

Before you can use this service you need to do the following steps. 

1) download and complete the form below (this form is also available from reception):

Vision Online Prescription Registration Form 2017 (1).docx


2) hand the form to our reception team who will process the details, before a letter is sent to your home with your registration details. 


3) Complete Your Registration and Activate Your Account

Once you have received your Registration Letter you are ready to access the online services. If you have not already done so, please complete your registration by visiting My Vision Online and activating your account by entering in the information from your Registration Letter. 


4) create a username and password to complete this process.

Enter Vision Online Services

To access the new online services please login below. You must have received your Registration Letter from the Practice in order to use the new online services.  Calsayseat Medical Group's Practice ID is 30701.

Enter Vision Online Services



Alternatively, you can use email ordering or phone

email: calsayseat.prescriptions@nhs.net

Prescriptions Line 01224 849749

These can be obtained by prior agreement with the doctor. Drugs not shown on the right hand side of your last prescription cannot be normally issued through the prescription line service.

Hand in or post your slip (with SAE if you wish) indicating which items you require. Alternatively you can leave a message on the answering machine: 01224 849749.

Your prescription may be delivered to certain chemists in the Aberdeen area by arrangement.

Your prescription will be ready 2 working days later.


If ordering your prescription on a Friday or Saturday your prescription will not be ready to collect until Tuesday after 2.00pm.

It is inadvisable to continue taking certain preparations over a prolonged period of time. It is therefore a good idea to have your regular prescriptions reviewed at least once a year.

Prescriptions are produced by computer. The system lets the doctor know when a review of your medicines and condition is required, and you may be asked to attend for such review by a doctor or nurse through a note attached to the right side of your prescription.


 

 

 

Email Prescription Requests
We have introduced an email service as another way to order repeat prescriptions. You can email the address listed below and order medication in exactly the same way as you would have previously done with either the phone or repeat ordering slips. Please be sure that we can identify you from patients with similar names, so include your Full Name, Date of Birth, Address and a Contact Number and what prescription is requested. Please keep your message brief, to enable us to process requests as quickly as possible.

 email: calsayseat.prescriptions@nhs.net

 Please include your Name, Date of Birth, Address and a Contact Numbershould we need to call you back

 

example request...

Joseph Bloggs, DOB 25/12/35.

32 Aberdeen Avenue,  Tel01224  123456Atenolol

Aspirin

Aqueous Cream

 

Send to Smith's Pharmacy please.


Processing of prescriptions by this means will still take two working days.
Please be aware that ABSOLUTELY NO CLINICAL CORRESPONDENCE WILL BE ENTERED INTO VIA THE EMAIL PRESCRIPTION SERVICE. PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS SYSTEM FOR ANYTHING OTHER THAN ORDERING REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS. Patients who persistently misuse the system will be asked not to use it.



When you receive your prescription, please take a moment to see if any advice or instructions have been added by the prescriber. Many medicines need regular review to ensure that they are working effectively, or more importantly, not causing any you harm.