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Re: [IPk] Prescription exemption certs


I had to replace mine recently. I asked my GP and she
gave me a form (which she had already signed) and then
I just filled in my details and sent it off. Hope it's
that simple for you too!


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> Hi
> daft question time again..my tatty old exemption
> certificate is up for 
> renewal in a couple of months. I remember last time
> I had to renew it, it was 
> the most long, drawn out process as all the health
> authorities had changed 
> around and no-one knew who was responsible for
> these. It ended up in a real 
> mess in this area and took about two months to get a
> new one. I want to renew 
> this in good time but, as ever, cannot find out who
> to approach to get a 
> renewal! The Family Health address is no longer
> valid. (This is what happened 
> last time and its all changed again, since)! Asked
> the phramacist, but they 
> had no idea either! Out area is awkward as it's not
> run by our county 
> (Cumbria) but by the next county (Lancashire)! 
> Just wondered if anyone knows who to approach in the
> first instance.  Why 
> don't they make these things easy?! 
> Thanks. Helen.
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