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When you need to take medicines regularly the doctor or nurse may put them on repeat prescription. If so you will then have a tear off slip listing these medicines. You can request further supplies by using the methods below:

Medicines Order Line Update 23/06/2022

Medicines Order Line, MOL is back up and running to begin taking calls again. The new number is 01246942751, if you have any problems using this line, please use one of the other methods of prescription ordering. Alternatively you can email MOL at the below address and they will call you back within 2 working days.

To order your medication please use one of the following options:

1. Online services, you can order your medication using either patient access or the NHS app. To Find more information about how to use our online services please click here.

2. Patient Triage, you can fill out a patient triage form using the Admin Query > Repeat prescriptions options. The request will come through to reception and be processed accordingly. For more information about patient triage and a link to the online form please click here.

3. Drop Scripts into the Surgery, come into the surgery and drop your filled out repeat prescription clip into the red postbox on the left of the reception desk.

If you require further advice please ask at reception. 

Please do not order repeat prescriptions unless you actually need them. Only tick the items on your repeat slip which you actually require.

Remember, the pharmacists can give you lots of advice about your medicines.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see either a doctor or practice nurse at 6-12 month intervals, (dependant on medication and how the problem is controlled), to review these regular medications.

Please allow 72 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery on 01773 713201.

Thank you
Kelvingrove Medical Centre

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