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You may request repeat prescriptions until your doctor requires a review. Please bring or post the computerised tear-off slip provided with your prescription. Tick only those items required and allow two working days before collection (if you wish to collect from your pharmacy then please allow 3 working days before collection). Or you may order online via SystmOnline (a username and password is required - please contact the surgery for information)

prescriptionspurpleIf you are a new patient please note than when requesting repeat medication you should bring into the surgery either your repeat slip from your previous surgery or your prescription box. Alternatively, clearly write down the drug name, dose and frequency of use so that we are able to issue the correct medication before your notes arrive from your previous surgery.

We can send your prescription to the local pharmacy of your choice if you advise the receptionist accordingly, please indicate on the slip and allow an additional 24 hours.

We also provide an electronic prescription service where your prescription will be sent to your chosen pharmacy electronically - Click the EPS tab for more information. For return to your home, a SAE will be required.

Urgent Requests for Medication

Due an increase in inappropriate requests for ‘urgent’ medication, doctors will only issue prescriptions on an urgent basis where there is a clinical need. Late requests for routine medication will be reviewed by a doctor and only issued urgently when necessary. Prescriptions will be available for collection as follows:

  • Urgent requests – ready for collection on the next working day by 12pm

  • Routine requests - ready for collection within 2 working days when collecting from the surgery or 3 working days when collecting from a pharmacy

Please note we can not take prescription requests over the phone.

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