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Repeat Prescriptions

Click here to access the new prescription service

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You can order online via the link at the top of this page following completion of a simple registration.  To register for this please visit the practice and we can immediately generate a letter to enable you to take it away and register online.


If you are on long-term medication you will be given a repeat prescription.

The practice will no longer participate in the managed repeat service previously provided by local pharmacies with the exception of patients in receipt of a dossette box.

You can still have your prescription sent to a pharmacy of your choice but you will need to order your prescription directly from the practice.

To get your prescription renewed tick the items that you need on the repeat slip attached to your prescription and hand it into the surgery, or post it with a stamped, addressed envelope, if you wish it to be posted to you. 

You can also leave your prescription request in a box at reception.

You will also find slips to order your repeat prescription available at reception.

To request a prescription by telephone please press option 2 and follow the instructions. Remember to state clearly what items you require.  You can also leave requests for items not on repeat via this service. 

Please note that whatever method you use to order your prescription you should still allow 48 hours for it to processed.

Please try not to ask for repeat prescriptions during a home visit as the computer is not available and this can lead to error and inaccurate records.

If you are requesting an item that is not on a repeat prescription then you may be asked to attend before this prescription is given.  The practice will not contact you to inform you of this so therefore you are required to check whether the prescription has been issued.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

48_hoursPlease allow two full working days for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account. If you do run out of medicine your chemist will be able to give you a few days’ supply without a prescription.

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