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Antibiotics are medications used to treat, and in some cases prevent, bacterial infections.

They can be used to treat relatively mild conditions such as acne as well as potentially life-threatening conditions such as pneumonia. 

However, antibiotics often have no benefit for many other types of infection and using them unnecessarily would only increase the risk of antibiotic resistance, so they are not routinely used.

medication6Repeat Prescriptions

Repeat prescription requests can be made by letter, by coming to Reception, or fax (028 9187 1087). These will be available after 2 pm the following working day.

Acute prescription requests need to be made before 10.30 am and will be ready for collection after 2 pm the same day.

For either Acute Prescriptions or Repeats, you can nominate which Chemist you prefer to go to (Horner’s or Parker’s) and collect the Prescription from there after 2 pm

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