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Repeat dispensing explained

 

An alternative way to get your regular prescriptions

If you use the same appliances regularly, you may be able to benefit from repeat dispensing from Select. This means that you won't need to get a prescription each time you require an order.


Step 1

Talk to the person who prescribes your products (i.e. your doctor, continence service or practice nurse). They will give anything up to a year's worth of prescriptions and a signed authorisation form.


Step 2

Send the authorisation form together with all your repeat dispensing prescriptions to Select via our freepost address:

Select Home Delivery Service
FREEPOST SWC1804
Stonehouse
GL10 3BF

Step 3

Next time you need your products, just call Select on 0800 783 7027 and ask for your delivery.


We will let you know when your issue forms are running low so that you can arrange to see your doctor, continence service or practice nurse for a review and to organise new repeat dispensing prescriptions.

 

 


Common questions regarding repeat dispensing

What happens if I lose my forms, or I run out?

You will need to go back to your prescriber and ask for more forms. Make sure that you do this before your appliances run out, in case your prescriber wants to book a review with you.


Do I need to get my appliances from the same place each time?

Once the batch of issue forms has been sent to Select you need to make sure you contact us for each delivery.


Do I have to get all the items on my prescription at the same time?

No. If you've still got plenty of one item left, tell Select.


Can Select change my prescription without telling me?

No. We can talk to you about your appliances and help you with any questions or problems. But no one will change your prescription without talking to you first.


How long are these prescriptions valid for?

Most batch issues are valid for one year. In some cases - for example if your prescriber wants to see you sooner - they may be valid for a shorter time.


Can I carry on getting repeat prescriptions from the surgery?

Yes, you can. It is up to you to decide how you want to get your appliances.

To find out more ...

Call us on FREEPHONE 0800 783 7027 or email us: enquiries@selecthomedelivery.co.uk