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The surgery will be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's day. Please ensure you have ordered prescriptions you need over the Christmas period by Friday 20 December.


Thursday 16 January 2020

We will reopen on Friday 17 January at 8:15am 

If you require repeat medication during this time, please send your request to the surgery by 10:30am on Tuesday 14 January 

If you require medical advice when we are closed please call 111 or 999 for emergencies

Calls are free of charge




Online Repeat Prescriptions

From Tuesday 1st October 2019 the facility to order repeat medication via Patient Access will be available (or other service provider you may have created an account with).

Patients who already have online access and have provided proof of ID should be able to use this new option straight away.

If you have online access but are unable to view/order repeat medication, please contact the surgery so we can check your current access. If you haven’t previously provided proof of ID, you will need to do this and complete an application form.

The facility to order your repeat prescription on the Alrewas Surgery website will end on 31st December 2019. If you currently use this and do not have online access, please complete an application form and provide proof of ID. You can pick up a form from reception or you can access the form on the Patient Online Services page.

Accounts & ages

Adults and children aged 16+ require their own online account, or they can have someone set up as a Proxy to manage their account in certain circumstances.

Proxy access allows a parent, relative or carer to manage online services on behalf of another patient.

Children under 11 can have a parent/carer set up as a proxy to manage their account.

Children 11-15 can either agree have a parent/carer set up as a proxy to manage their account (limited access) or can have an account in their own right.


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