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Unst Health CentreBaltasoundUnstShetland, ZE2 9DYTel: 01957 711318
Repeat prescriptions are arranged by the doctor and can be ordered by telephone, in person or online by following the link at the top of this page.
Please allow at 3-5 days notice. Please keep in mind that we are closed on a Wednesday afternoon.
We are a dispensing practice and hold a small selection of medications. You should be able to get most things prescribed to you after a consultation with the GP from us. However, all our repeat medications are obtained from the Brae Community Pharmacy. We get 3 visits every week by the Brae Pharmacy delivery van (Mon, Wed, Fri), who collect the next batch of prescriptions and drop off the medicines. You can the collect your medication from the health centre after 11.30am on those days.
All prescriptions are free in Scotland so you no longer need to pay.
We normally dispense 1 months supply at a time.
All patients on long-term medication are reviewed regularly. When your review is due you will be asked to make an appointment to see the doctor or nurse before further supplies can be dispensed.
Please order your repeat medication when you have approximately 2 weeks left to allow time for processing and delivery.
Our repeat medications are obtained from the Brae Community Pharmacy. We get 3 visits every week by the Brae Pharmacy delivery van (Mon, Wed, Fri), who collect the next batch of prescriptions and drop off the medicines. Due to the time it takes for this process to be completed safely please allow 3-5 days, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. You can the collect your medication from the health centre after 11.30am on those days.
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