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Date: 26 October 2020

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Prescriptions

If the clinic doctor thinks you need tablets or treatment, they will normally write to your GP and ask them to prescribe the treatment for you.

It should be possible for you to obtain the necessary treatment at the next convenient surgery and during working hours.

If the treatment needs to be started quickly, the hospital will normally prescribe it for you, but will usually only give enough for a few days' supply.

When you are given a hospital prescription, you must take it to the Pharmacy Department.

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At the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the Pharmacy Department is located on the ground floor near the main reception desk.

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