As we try to return to some normality and to keep our patients safe, we ask you, not to visit the surgery to order your repeat prescription but to order it in one of the following ways:
Via Patient Access/My GP/ by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can post it to us.
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If you are already registered for Patient Access order here
Patient Access is ENCRYPTED and your personal details are secure. Your information can only be accessed by you and your doctor.
Please note:- You can only order medication that is on repeat. If you are requesting new medication, medication that you have had in the past, or one off medication, it will not be processed.
To request past or a one off medication please send a private message via your Patient Access account
If you do not wish to sign up for Patient Access you can order your prescriptions in one of the following ways:
1) Tick the items required on the right hand side of your last prescription, then place your repeat slip in the order box. This is on the right hand side of the foyer as you enter the surgery.
2) Post the right hand slip to us
3) Ask a someone to bring it to reception for you
You will be asked to see a Doctor every six or twelve months to ensure that your treatment is still appropriate
Collection of Medication
Please allow 48 hours from request to collection for your prescription to be processed. If you wish us to post your prescription to you please enclose a stamped addressed envelope.
Delivery or collection : If you have an arrangement with your local pharmacy to have your repeat medication delivered, or you simply prefer to collect your prescription from a pharmacy rather than the surgery , please state which pharmacy by choosing from the drop-down list on the online form where is says "Collect from". Please note If you have never had your medication delivered before but would like to, contact the pharmacy of your choice first.
Under the "Care in the Pharmacy" scheme, your local pharmacy may be able to prescribe treatment for minor ailments such as colds, coughs, sore throats, rashes etc. Prescription exemption fees will apply.