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Dunster SurgeryTel: 01643 821244
Porlock Medical CentreTel: 01643 862575
Please request your repeat prescription at least 48 hours before you require your medication by
We are unable to prescribe medication such as Paracetamol simply because of the short supply in Pharmacies nationally. If such medications are on your repeat medication list, or usually prescribed for a chronic condition, we will continue to supply them.
If you normally collect your medications from Dunster Surgery Dispensary and are currently self isolating with no family members or neighbours to safely collect your medication for you– please speak to a member of the dispensary team who will discuss medication delivery options with you.
Please request your repeat prescription at least 48 hours before you require your medication. Prescriptions can be delivered to the village chemist, a chemist of your choice, or may be collected from the surgery.
You can request online at Patient Access (medicines)
Prescriptions can be provided for a six monthly period at a time and collected directly from the village pharmacy. Please ask the receptionist for further details if interested.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.