PLEASE DO NOT MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR A REPEAT PRESCRIPTION
Please do not make an appointment just for a repeat prescription as this can be submitted in writing and will take 48 hours to process.
Taking appointments for prescriptions, prevents genuinely sick patients from seeing a GP when needed and increases waiting times in Surgery.
GP’s will not issue repeat medication during a consultation.
If you need an urgent prescription please go to your regular pharmacist who can order the medication urgently on your behalf.
PLEASE ALLOW 48 HOURS FOR ALL PRESCRIPTIONS. MEDICATION ORDERING IS THE PATIENTS RESPONSIBILITY. DO NOT RUN OUT
Prescriptions ordered on:
Monday ready for Wednesday
Tuesday ready for Thursday
Wednesday ready for Friday
Thursday ready for Monday
Friday ready for Tuesday
Once the doctor has agreed, you may be able to obtain repeat prescriptions for long-term medication. They come with a tear-off section which becomes your repeat prescription request form. Tick those you require and put the form in the box provided in the waiting room. Allow two working days for your request to be processed. They can be collected during normal surgery hours. Alternatively, you may post the request to us enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope and we will post it back to you. No telephone requests are taken.
Some local pharmacies will collect your prescription from us if you request this.
You can now book appointments or order your repeat prescriptions online. You will need to contact reception first to sign up to use this service. You will need to bring a photographic ID and proof of address (e.g utility bill) with you.
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The surgery provides e-prescribing for those patients who have registered an interest. The prescription is electronically transmitted to your nominated pharmacist. A paper prescription will not be issued.