Update from GGP 10.10.20
In our communication sent yesterday evening, we explained that we have identified a number of pharmacy solutions which will provide additional support to all of our patients – of all ages – while Clear Chemist refines the process by which it will operate moving forward.
Today we would like to provide some further information to our patients in terms of next steps.
Anyone who has requested and paid for a paper prescription will be sent a message asking whether they would like it to be sent to their home address or to our new pharmacy.
If you would like us to send it to our new pharmacy, we will send you a payment request for the cost of the medication which will then be sent to you directly in the post from the pharmacy.
If you have requested an online pharmacy, we will contact you separately with your options. As discussed, we are in active conversation with Clear Chemist and other pharmacies about the easiest way to use their dispensing services. However, while we wait for Clear Chemist instructions, we have an alternative provider in place.
We will keep your pharmacy options up to date here:
If you haven’t yet put in a prescription request and need one, you can do so in the normal way via the website Help Centre.
Going forward there are some things you can do which will help us to help you.
If you have fallen behind with your blood tests, please can you arrange these as a priority. This link will provide you with information about your options: https://www.gendergp.com/help-centre/blood-test-order/
Additionally, if you have not had a Follow Up Session in the last six months, please arrange this with one of our gender specialists here: https://gendergp.simplybook.it/v2/#book/category/1/service/13/count/1/
For those of you who are under 18 and supported, please can we ask that an adult join your session for the first few minutes, this will help us to tick the box to show you have support in place. If you are not in the fortunate position of having someone to support you, please do not worry, we will still find a way to get you the care you need: https://www.gendergp.com/treating-young-people
These steps will go a long way to demonstrating to those scrutinising your care that your health is our number one priority.
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You will no doubt have questions and we will keep you informed over the coming days. For now, please keep an eye out for our email updates. Any questions should be directed to our Help Centre.
Rest assured that we are, as ever, 100% focused on ensuring your medication is appropriate, legal and safe.