Moving to a uni in a different city with a long term illnes Watch

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what is the process of like of getting medication? a new pharmacy? a new gp? i usually have appointments every 3-4 months now. And i need new medication every 3 weeks. i’m joining in 2020
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what is the process of like of getting medication? a new pharmacy? a new gp? i usually have appointments every 3-4 months now. And i need new medication every 3 weeks. i’m joining in 2020
You should talk to your new uni support services as some of them have their own GP. If your appointments are only every 3-4 months you can also talk to your existing GP if you would rather keep them and just use uni as a temp practice. The medication every 3 weeks should just be a case of repeat prescriptions, plus a review every so often. Best to talk to the uni and your target practice about how best to transition and how they work.

https://www.nhs.uk/Service-Search/GP/LocationSearch/4
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