Wellwynd Practice, Airdrie Community Health Centre, 88 Graham Street Airdrie, ML66DB, Lanarkshire, ML6 6DBTel: 01236 769333
These can be left on our voice mail service, which is open 24 hours a day seven days a week. please remember that requests made via the voice mail service are only processed during working hours.
Please do not phone to confirm your prescription is ready as this blocks our telephone lines.
We are open for emergencies only. If you feel your symptoms are an emergency please contact us by PHONE.
We are not offering any routine appointments. This also applies to treatment room.
PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND THE PRACTICE – PHONE FIRST
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We are offering new Video Appointments. These run from any device including android phones and tablets , apple iPhone and iPad , also any laptop and PC. This is sponsored through the NHS and is secure.
If you have been given a video appointment please follow the link below at the time you have been given.
We have made a slight change to our prescription form. The form is very similar to the existing form and self explanatory but you will need to delete any bookmarks you have to the existing form as it will no longer be available. Any details you have saved will however be lost.
If you are on long–term medication you may be issued with a repeat prescription slip listing all your medication.
To request a prescription you should tick the required items on the slip and submit it to us at least 24 hrs before you require your prescription. You can also order on line using the link below. Requests without your slip will involve delay.
We only accept telephone requests for repeat prescriptions in emergency situations. If you need something from your repeat prescription immediately please dial 01236 769333 and choose OPTION 4. Outwith Practice opening hours your community pharmacist may be able to issue an emergency supply.
If you would like your prescriptions posted to you then please enclose a stamped addressed envelope. Please allow an additional 48 hrs for postal delays, longer at bank and public holidays.
Please only order items that you need and make sure that you get your re-order slip back from your pharmacy. Please do not ask your pharmacy to automatically order items for you as this can lead to confusion with your prescriptions. If you have any queries regarding your medication then please call our pharmacists, Mrs Fiona Graham or Mrs Gina Taylor to discuss your concerns. They will also help sort out your medication when you come home from hospital and are the best people to speak to about your medication and any changes.
The Minor Ailment Service is an NHS service for children, people aged 60 or over, people who hold a medical exemption certificate and people on certain benefits. CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS