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Repeat Prescriptions


When a repeat prescription is needed you can deliver, post, or fax a written request to the surgery. Please include your name, address, date of birth and indicate the medication required.

Our preferred way is for you to use our online ordering service via the link at the top of this page.

We are only able to accept telephone requests in an emergency.

Prescriptions can be collected from the surgery or local chemists (by arrangement).

Please allow 48 hours for your new prescription.

Ordering Prescriptions online and online Access to Records for ages up to 16

To ensure we are acting legally on behalf our patients we are currently looking at the correct processes for parents/guardians having online access to records for people aged up to 16. Including, being able to order prescriptions online.

-Up to age 11 will be 'Parental Access' where you can order prescriptions - See Summary Card Record. This is automatically turned off at age 11.

-Ages 11-15 will be a discussion with the person, parent/guardian and the doctor to discuss 'Proxy Access'.

-Ages 16 and over -> 'Proxy Access' can be given to another person if the person does not have the mental capacity to look after this themselves. Access can be given to a parent or carer.

March 2018

Do you need a repeat prescription for the contraceptive pill?

Before we can issue this, we need to ask you some questions. Please click here, complete the form and then place in the Repeat Prescription Box at reception. Thank you.

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 and notification should appear on your repeat slip.

Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

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