Repeat prescriptions can be re-ordered by handing in a repeat prescription form to reception (if you do not have a repeat order form, please write out your request including the required medication, your name, address and date of birth).
If you have arranged with a pharmacy for them to collect your prescription from us, please also note this on your request.
Repeat prescriptions can also be requested by post (to the above address), by fax or via email at email@example.com (please make sure you include your name, address and date of birth in your request). Please note that we cannot reply to prescription requests by email. If you require a confirmation that your request has been received, please use the read-receipt option.
Alternatively you can order online via the link at the top of this page. New users are required to complete a simple registration prior to using the service.
**NEW** We are in the process of updating our online services to provide an easier way for you to request your prescriptions online. Please check our News page for further information.
Please note that we cannot accept any requests over the phone.
If you do have any queries regarding a prescription request, please contact us at the above number.
Important: If you are requesting a repeat prescription via post, please ensure that you supply enough postage to cover the cost. If a small envelope is used, a prescription will need to be folded several times and this can mean that the cost can be more than normal. For current postage costs, please check with your Post Office or online at the Post Office website.
Please note that repeat prescriptions cannot be processed during an appointment with a GP.
Requests for repeats require a minimum of 48 hours (not including weekends or public holidays) to process for collection at the surgery. If you have submitted your request via post or email, or have arranged for the prescription to be collected by a pharmacy, we ask you to allow extra time for processing. Please also note that prescriptions can only be re-ordered within 7 days of the due date.
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 and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.