Prescription Pre-payment Certificate

Prescription Pre-payment Certificate

A certificate which may be purchased by a patient in the UK who does not qualify for a Prescription Exemption Certificate (FP92). Patients can purchase a 4- or 12-month Pre-payment Certificate if they know they will need medication, certain medical appliances and/or elastic hosiery on a regular basis.
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In a written statement to Parliament, he said the cost of a prescription pre-payment certificate (PPC) would remain unchanged.
We have frozen the price of both the three-month and the 12-month prescription pre-payment certificate so that anyone who needs 14 or more prescription items in a year can get all the prescriptions they need for an average cost of pounds 2 per week.
A Prescription Pre-Payment Certificate (PPC) - which covers all NHS prescriptions - has dropped to pounds 38 for 12 months or pounds 13 for a four-month period.
Then my GP told me about Prescription Pre-Payment Certificates and I started using these, as it works out much cheaper.
A A PRESCRIPTION Pre-payment Certificate for four months will be reduced to pounds 17 from pounds 35.
85, and a Prescription Pre-payment Certificate is pounds 17 for four months or pounds 48 for a year - a fall of 51 per cent.
UNLESS you have a long-term condition, and so need multiple prescriptions over a period of time, you might not have heard of a Prescription Pre-payment Certificate (PCC).
Prescription pre-payment certificates are available, at a cost of PS29.
The Asthma UK survey found one in three asthmatics in England have never heard of Prescription Pre-Payment Certificates.
The Asthma UK survey found that one in three asthmatics in England have never heard of Prescription Pre-Payment Certificates (PPCs).

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