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 HEALTH AND CARE FORUM FOR SEATON LOCALITY

In 2015 Health professionals and others with an interest in Health and Care issues were invited to join a Forum for Seaton and the surrounding parishes.

Meetings of the Forum have been held at Seaton and District Hospital since 2015 and members are very keen to encourage others to join, especially in order to represent patients and the public and in particular younger members of the community.

The Forum is one of five in the East Devon area, the others being Axminster, Honiton, Ottery St. Mary and Sidmouth and this provides a route for taking more general issues forward.

With recent changes in health services it is even more important that local people have their say.

Anyone with an interest in Health and Care matters or belonging to a group that they feel should be represented on the Forum can contact Tina Trapani who chairs the Forum by phoning 01297 21788 or by emailing nantinmumber@yahoo.com

Repeat Prescriptions

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You can request your repeat prescriptions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week using SystmOnline. SystmOnline allows patients to log in and request their medication directly from their clinical record.

In order to use this system you will need to have signed up. Please click here to download and print our SystmOnline Registration Form.

If you are already signed up to SystmOnline, please click here to sign in and request your prescription.

Click here for some FAQ'S

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, clinical pharmacist or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications.

Unused Medication

Please do not return any unwanted medication to the surgery, we do not have the facilities for disposal. All unwanted medication should be returned to a chemist who has facilities for disposal.

 
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