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Tanyfron Primary Care, Aberaeron Integrated Care Centre, Aberaeron, Ceredigion, SA46 0DYTel: 01545 570 271
Requests for repeat prescriptions can be made by any of the following means:
Completed prescriptions will be sent to either Boots or Lloyds Chemist. Processing may take up to 48 working hours.
Please note that we are unable to accept telephone requests for repeat prescriptions.
Boots Pharmacy5A Bridge StreetAberaeronTel: 01545 571231Fax: 01545 570393Website: http://www.boots.com/stores/458-aberaeron-bridge-street-sa46-0ap
Lloyds Pharmacy2 Sgwar Alban Aberaeron Tel: 01545 570324Fax: 01545 571598Website: http://www.lloydspharmacy.com/StoreDetailsView?clickCollectMode=false&stlocservice_1=&stlocservice_2=&stlocservice_3=&stlocservice_4=&stlocservice_5=&stlocservice_6=&stlocservice_7=&stlocservice_8=&stlocservice_9=&catalogId=10152&fromPage=StoreLocator&pinLetter=A&storeId=10151&postCodeInput=aberaeron&returnUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.lloydspharmacy.com%2FAjaxStoreLocatorResultsView%3FcatalogId%3D10152%26amp%3BlangId%3D44%26amp%3BstoreId%3D10151&cityInput=aberaeron&stlocservice_10=&langId=44&stlocservice_11=&storeIdentifier=6355&stlocservice_12=&epsMode=false&storeLocInput=&searchTerm=aberaeron%2C+UK&coordinates=%2852.242793%2C-4.258161900000005%29
Why do we do Medication reviews?It is important to review medication regularly to make sure it is appropriate for you. Each individual varies biologically which means different medications suit different people better. By having medication reviews we can help make sure you are benefiting well from your medicine.
How do we organise the medication reviews?Within our database we safely and securely record all of our patients information allowing us to understand all we can to make sure we can make you feel in tip-top shape. On a patient’s computer record there is a recall review date. When this date expires you will be invited for a medication review by letter or text. It is important you pay attention to such invites so that we can make sure your medication prescriptions can continue.
Why is the review with the pharmacist and not my GP?GPs are better used seeing complex needs patients who only require a GP. A pharmacist is better used to review medication and initiate changes where appropriate. Please note that your GP will be able to see the medication review documented on your computer medical record.
What happens at a medication review?
The pharmacist will undertake medication reviews but if you need a blood test you will need to see the phlebotomist or nurse.
Download our "What is a clinical pharmacist" leaflet here
Practice based pharmacy professionals must follow medicines optimisation and NICE Medicines Optimisation Guidelines.
Within these, they may provide: