There are three different ways to order your repeat prescription

  1. Via the internet - Using our Patient Access service - please ask at reception for an internet registration form. When you have the details you can click on the link  at the bottom of this page to order prescriptions online. Please allow two working days before attempting to collect you prescription ordered in this way.
  2. Via the NHS App
  3. In writing - by post, or in the box provided in reception. If you order items this way please allow at least two working days before collecting. You may use one of forms in reception, complete the backslip from your previous repeat, or simply write the items on a piece of paper(provided we have you name, date of birth and address)

prescriptionsWe will post your prescription to you if you supply us with a stamped, addressed envelope.

To preserve patient confidentiality and to minimise the risk of mistakes we ask that you use one of the three methods above, rather than simply asking a receptionist.

Please allow 2 working days for us to process your request.

Please remember to only order items which you need and are currently taking/using. If you do not order an item that is on your repeat list because you do not need it at that time, it will remain on your  repeat list to order another time, unless your doctor has decided that you should no longer take it.

PRESCRIPTIONS WILL BE SENT ELECTRONICALLY TO A PHARMACY OF YOUR CHOICE. PLEASE ASK YOUR LOCAL PHARMACY OR A PRACTICE RECEPTIONIST ABOUT THIS SERVICE

Several local pharmacies offer a prescription collection service which will enable you to simply collect your medication from the chemist after ordering a prescription from the surgery. Please ask at reception, or at your local pharmacy, if you wish to use this service.

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