Where the GP believes it is clinically appropriate, they can issue private prescriptions. The medication can either be collected from a nominated pharmacy or delivered to a nominated address. Since these are private prescriptions, the pharmacy will charge for the medication. For delivery, there is a charge for postage and packaging. The online pharmacy will contact you directly to take payment.
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Modified on: Mon, 31 Jan, 2022 at 9:24 AM
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