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Don't get caught short this Christmas!

The festive season is just around the corner, and with it comes a whirlwind of activities, celebrations, and family time. While it's important to enjoy this special time, taking care of your health is also crucial. With the hustle and bustle of Christmas festivities, it's easy to overlook the need to reorder essential medicines that might run out during the break.+

To ensure you have a smooth and healthy Christmas, take a few minutes now to check your medicine supply and reorder any items that are running low. This will give you peace of mind knowing that you have everything you need to stay well, even if you're busy enjoying the holiday season. Here are a few tips for reordering your medicines:

Check your medicine supply: Take a look at your current stock of medicines and see what items need to be reordered.

Contact your GP to place your order. You can easily re-order repeat medicines using the NHS App.

If you can't see your repeat medicines in the NHS App, you may be able to see them in other GP Apps such as EMIS Patient Access or TPP Air Mid.

Leave plenty of time: Allow sufficient time for your order to be processed and delivered, especially if you're placing it closer to Christmas.

Keep track of your medications: Keep a record of your medicine orders and expiry dates to avoid any disruptions in your medication schedule.

Remember, your health is a priority, even during the holidays. By taking the time to reorder your medicines now, you can enjoy a safe and enjoyable Christmas season without worrying about medication shortages.

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