REPEAT PRESCRIPTION CHANGES
As from 1.4.2020 all patients (or patients nominated on behalf of a patient) will have to order prescriptions direct from the GP practice. Patients will no longer be able to order from their pharmacy, an on-line pharmacy or any on-line pharmacy apart from a dispensing contractor. If you order directly from The Oaks Medical Centre you will continue to do so as the changes will not affect you. Some pharmacies have already stopped ordering for patients
What is not changing?
If you collect your medicine from the chemist, or have delivered to your doorstep you can continue to do so.
If you order directly from The Oaks Medical Centre either by post, coming to surgery or 0n-line you will not be affected and do not need to do anything
What do you need to do?
You will need to make a request directly to your GP for a repeat prescription. You can do this by:-
In person at the surgery, tick the medicines required on the tear off section on the prescription and drop it into the GP practice.
Register for on-line access at the practice. Please see the details about Patient Access on this website or ask at reception. Photographic ID will be required.
Order through the NHS app. The app will need to be downloaded to your smart phone or tablet from iTunes App Store or Google Play. Information is available on http://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/the-nhs-app.
Appointments, Prescriptions and Summary of Care Access Online
The Practice is pleased to provide patients with access to its Clinical System via a Secure Web Interface.
Patients can access appointments, prescription services and also access coded areas of their medical record online. To do this, you need to attend the practice in person with photo identification to obtain a password, this will allow you access to the practice clinical system.
The Practice will take a copy of your passport/driving license as evidence you have requested this service and this will be scanned onto your notes.
Parental access is applicable up to the age of 16 years. Gillick competence will apply if the child understands and requests this.
Please keep your login details safe, these are your responsibility. This is especially important if you have access to your records. Remember if someone orders prescriptions on your behalf they will be able to view your medical record. If you think someone else has access to your details or feel coerced into viewing these online please let us know, we can help.
If you have already registered, please click the link below.
Online application form
EMIS Access - Click here for online services
Friends and Family Test
You can now complete our Friends and Family Test online. Click here
All comments are welcome and will be discussed at our next patient participation group meeting.
Patient Participation Group
To access our latest report and PPG minutes, and also for more information about our patient participation group and how you can get involved.Click here
NHS Care Data Programme
How information about you helps us to provide better care
As part of the NHS Care Data Programme all patients should be aware of important information about the extraction of coded GP data. Please read the documentation carefully to understand what will be happening and what your rights, as a patient, are - click here.
Main Surgery (By appointment only)
The Oaks Medical Centre, Council Avenue, Hull HU4 6RF
Tel: (01482) 354251
Office Opening Hours
8.00am - 6.30pm Monday to Friday
Extra routine appointments are now available at evenings and weekends for more information please visit www.accessplus.org.uk
Out Of Hours Tel: 111 click here for more information
This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer. Please read it carefully. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.
About The Oaks Medical Centre
A long-established practice which was originally located on Askew Avenue, Hull, we moved to our purpose-built premises at The Oaks Medical Centre, Hull on 2nd January 2001.
The practice currently has four partner doctors
A large modern building, The Oaks offers a pleasant and welcoming atmosphere with easy access for the disabled. The waiting room is a good size, with comfortable seating and a range of health information leaflets and magazines to hand. We also have an area for small children to play in plus amenities for baby changing and breast-feeding.