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pillsTo order your Repeat Medication ONLINE please use the link above.

To register for ordering your Repeats Online please visit the surgery with 2 forms of ID, one of which must be photographic.

Online Patient Access Policy


If your doctor agrees you may obtain certain repeat prescriptions for regular medication without an appointment. When requesting a prescription please do so by email via the link at the top of this page, by post or in person by delivering your computerised re-order slip into the surgery with the items you require clearly marked. There is a box at reception where your slip can be left.  Community pharmacists can also collect and/or deliver your prescription by prior arrangement. Your prescription will be ready for collection after 48 hours/2 working days following receipt of your request.

We prefer not to accept prescription requests by telephone due to the increased potential for errors.If you absolutely cannot manage any of the above alternatives we will accept telephone requests between 10.00am and 12.00 noon Monday to Friday.  However we are actively discouraging this and would urge you to use the alternative methods of ordering - online, by post or delivered in person to the surgery.

For reasons of confidentiality and safety we strongly suggest that you collect your repeat prescription in person. If this is not possible and you have given someone else permission to collect your prescription on your behalf, please be aware that your full list of repeat medications will be attached. This is required for re-ordering purposes, as stated earlier, because we are trying to reduce telephone requests. Also no faxed requests can be accepted due to issues of confidentiality.

If a supply of stamped addressed envelopes are left at the surgery we are more than happy to post your prescription back to you.

The doctor will ask to see you from time to time to review your medication.

 
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