Prescription prepayment certificates (PPCs) ..

Prescription prepayment certificates (PPC) allow anyone to obtain all the prescriptions they need for £2 per week.

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  • If you pay a prescription charge whilst waiting for a Prescription Prepayment Certificate to be issued, you can get a refund but this depends on the length of the PPC and when and how circumstances change.

    If you do not qualify for exemption you may be able to reduce the cost of your prescriptions by buying a Prescription Prepayment Certificate (PPC) which will cover the cost of all your prescriptions during a particular period. It may be worth doing this if you pay for more than 3 prescriptions in three months or more than thirteen in a year.
    A PPC costs £29.10 for 3 months and £104.00 for 12 months.
    You can apply for a PPC by:

  • Where appropriate, pharmacy staff should advise patients of the required certificates and how they might go about obtaining them (e.g. Medical Exemption Certificates required for patients suffering from diabetes, epilepsy etc. as well as exemption certificates on maternity grounds, low income, or Prescription Prepayment Certificates (PPC)).

    If the patient is receiving the treatment in a Government hospital, the prescription or certificate may be issued by any specialist working full-time in that hospital and having a post- graduate degree in General or Internal Medicine or any equivalent degree, which is recognized by the MCI.

  • I helping her by sharing my food and stuff but with my Income Support coming in every two weeks things are getting quite desperate. I am amazed how the dwp can just stopped people money without warning and expect people to live on nothing unbelievable! They should warm people I remember when she first migrate to ESA I saw briefly in her letter about -based last for 365 days and of course you don't think about putting that on the calender at the time it was a whole year before her ESA stopped as I do all her stuff you can't think 100% all the times. Also another thing now she is getting worked up about is her prescriptions, she is on so many different medications for her depression, heart problems and other things, does she gets free prescriptions on ESA Income-Related or does she still have to get those prescription certificate as before she was paying a monthly fee of £10.40?

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If you are not entitled to free prescriptions and you think you will have to pay for four or more prescriptions in three months, or 15 or more items in 12 months, you may find it cheaper to buy a prescription prepayment certificate (PPC).