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Repeat Prescriptions

medication7Your doctor may set up repeat prescriptions if you are on long-term drug treatment. Order your next supply using the slip from your previous prescription or online using the above link or from the home page of this website .  Order before you run out.

Please do not expect Service Advisors to produce prescriptions on demand – allow time to prepare, check and sign them. At intervals you will be asked to see your doctor or a nurse to review your medication.

All ordered prescriptions will be ready to collect after 2pm, 2 WORKING DAYS later. Make your own arrangements with chemists if they are collecting on your behalf for home delivery.  Allow enough delivery time before you run out.

You can use the online services to order authorised repeat prescriptions.  You will not be able to order anything more than 10 days before due date.  To use our online services you need to obtain login and password details from surgery.  Please call in the surgery to request this service - we cannot arrange over the phone, and we will need proof of identification to make sure we keep your records secure.  We will then be able to issue you with password and further instructions. PLEASE NOTE THE ONLINE SERVICE CAN ONLY BE USED TO ORDER ITEMS THAT YOUR DOCTOR HAS AUTHORISED AS REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS - WE ARE NOT ABLE TO DEAL WITH OTHER QUESTIONS AND REQUESTS USING THE ONLINE REQUESTING SERVICE.

ELECTRONIC PRESCRIPTIONS

From 5 July 2016 patients can nominate a pharmacist to electronically download your repeat prescription to save you collecting it from the practice. This might not be suitable for all patients so speak to your regular pharmacist for more information or click on the link below for an overview.

Patient Information - Electronic Prescribing

Please continue to allow 2 days from ordering.

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