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Repeat Prescriptions

Requests of repeat prescriptions may be made either by post, online request using patient access, via this website or at the surgery.  Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope if you would like us to post the prescription on to you.

To order your repeat prescription directly through this site. Click on the link above and complete the simple registration form.  You can also register for EMIS online, just come into the surgery with ID and ask to be registered.

You will have been issued with a repeat prescription slip. Please state clearly which items you require and allow 2 full working days for the prescription to be prepared.  


We do not accept telephone requests for prescriptions.

If you wish to deal with a specific pharmacy please indicate this on your request and your prescription will be forwarded accordingly. Please be aware this may take an extra day. If you require delivery please arrange this directly with the chemist. If you do not have a repeat slip, requests for medication must be made in writing. Requests for contraceptive pills and hrt are not available through this service as an appointment is required.

You may receive with your prescription a request to see the doctor or practice nurse. This is because most medication requires regular reviews to ensure their greatest benefit.

If you wish to speak to one of our Prescription Clerks or have a query regarding your prescriptions, please contact the surgery between 2:30pm and 4pm on 01708 741096 and follow the intructions or alternatively you may come into the surgery between 1pm and 4pm.

prescriptions requests before travelling

 Please also note that when going away it is advised to allow sufficient time for your prescriptions to be processed (1 week would be sufficient) this is ensure they are ready for collection before you travel.


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