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Thormbury Health Centre, Eastland Road, Thornbury BS35 1DP
Tel: 01454 412599
Severnvale Primary Care Network covers 5 GP practices – Almondsbury Surgery, Pilning Surgery, Severn View Family Practice, Streamside Surgery and St Mary Street Surgery.
A single Prescription Hub is being launched for all 5 GP practices to improve prescription processes. The Hub will process ALL prescription requests for ALL 5 GP practices.
Each surgery will have a different ‘go live date’:
GP Surgery - Anticipated ‘go live’ date
Almondsbury Surgery - 4th October 2021
Pilning Surgery - 4th October 2021
Severn View Surgery - 18th October 2021
Streamside Surgery - 1st November 2021
St Mary Street Surgery - 15th November 2021
From the ‘go live’ date prescriptions can be ordered in the following ways:
• Via online access (ask at GP reception)
• Via email
◦ for Almondsbury use email@example.com
◦ for Pilning use firstname.lastname@example.org
◦ for Severn View use email@example.com
◦ for Streamside use firstname.lastname@example.org
◦ for St Mary Street use email@example.com
• By paper/hand to the surgery
• By post to ‘Severnvale Prescription Hub, c/o Almondsbury Surgery, Sundays Hill, Bristol BS32 4DS’
• From your local community pharmacy
If you have a query regarding a medication you have already ordered via one of the above methods the Prescription Hub can be telephoned directly on 01454 205099.
Severnvale Prescription Hub, c/o Almondsbury Surgery, Sundays Hill BS32 4DS
Tel: 01454 205099
This three partner GP training practice delivers friendly family medicine at its purpose-built surgery.
24 Hour Emergency Line: 01454 281312
Alternative Out of Hours Number (Frendoc): 0845 1210504
24 St Mary Street, Thornbury BS35 2AT
Tel: 01454 413691
Thornbury Health Centre, Eastland Road, Thornbury BS35 1DP
Tel: 01454 412167
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For less urgent health needs, contact your GP or local pharmacist in the usual way.
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