From April 2020 NHS Prescription charges are:
For the latest Government information on Prescription fees, please click on the link below.
You may be entitled to free prescriptions; click on the link below to visit the NHS website with further information about Prescription Exemptions. There is an 'Eligibility checker' on this site so you can find out if you are eligible for free prescriptions. You will also find information here on the Prescription Prepayment Certificates which can help to reduce the cost of your prescriptions if you are not entitled to free prescriptions.
If your GP issues you with a Private script there will be a charge and they will discuss this with you. You can view Wells Health Centre charges for non-NHS work on the link below:
Use Patient Access to book appointments, request medications and view your medical record.
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