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NHS BIRMINGHAM AND SOLIHULL HEALTH APP

This brand new app which replaces any previous ones you may have used is the go-to app for all your GP related needs.

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So what can you do on this new app?

  • Book appointments at your own practice or a local extended access hub
  • A symptom checker to guide you on the best route of care
  • Order medication
  • Telephone calls with you GP
  • Video calls with your GP
  • Help with your on going health condition
  • Self-care advice
  • …and more!

New practices are being added every week so don’t worry if you don’t see yours on the list yet, it’ll be up and running soon.

If you have any questions or comments about the app please get in touch at bsol.comms@nhs.net

You can also visit the Birmingham and Solihull Health App website 

How to download the app

Simply visit your app store by clicking the icons below!

  Google playApple store

 

Repeat Prescriptions

NHS Precscription Ordering Department

Repeat prescriptions are a privilege and not a right. For your own safety the system has built-in checks for medication reviews. Repeat items are only available for the items your doctor has authorised. They are available on weekdays. Please refer to the leaflet ‘Repeat Prescriptions – Help us to help you’.

If you are not housebound you may hand your prescription in at reception, post it to us (with a stamped, addressed envelope if you want it posted back) or fax it to us.

Alternatively you can register for our online services and order via the link at the top of this page.

You should only order items on your repeat prescription list.

Please make sure you know how often your doctor wants to see you to check that your treatment still suits you. Please ask for our separate leaflet ‘Repeat Prescriptions – Help us to help you’ which includes details of chemist collection and home delivery service.

Please allow two full working days for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.

 
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