IPSA Medical offers a prescription service as a part of the doctor consultations. Our doctors will be able to provide you with new medication or a repeat prescription based on the doctor’s assessment. The practitioner can examine your current list of medications, discuss the medicines you are taking, their side effects and their interactions, and can suggest any appropriate alternatives with you.

What prescription services do you offer?

A numerous amount of people find it difficult to find time to go to the GP. We aim to work around your busy lifestyle. Even if you do have access to your regular GP, IPSA Medical will be able to provide you with your repeat prescriptions. Alternatively, if you need new prescription the clinician can prescribe new medication for you based on an assessment of your existing medications and a discussion about your health.

We have an impressive on-site pharmacy for immediate access to any medications that you might need, and you will be able to make use of the pharmacy’s delivery features and all the other benefits of this service. Here at IPSA medical, we have a wide range of medicine that can help you with your treatments. We know how frustrating it feels to be under the weather and we aim to give you the prescription that will cater to your needs. Our doctors will listen to you and try to understand your symptoms and find which medicine will be appropriate to fit your needs. Our doctors aim to have your medicines ready with you as soon as possible.

For many of the medications on offer, your repeat prescription will be available without charge if your initial consultation is at our clinic. Your IPSA Medical practitioner will recommend reviews when this is medically appropriate or when the medication you are prescribed is known to have particular side effects.

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