Repeat Prescriptions

Prescriptions Phone Line- Option 3 


If the doctor puts you on any long-term repeat medication it will then be your responsibility to order your medication each month.  You may order your repeat prescription up to 5 working days prior to your due date, however, we require 48 hours notice for all prescription requests (excluding weekends and bank holidays).

Prescription requests received after 3 pm will require 72 hours notice. It is very important that patients attend for their annual Birthday check up, as this avoids a delay in getting prescription requests authorised.

Collection times for repeat prescriptions

Request before 3pm Monday

Will be ready

Wednesday after 3pm

Request before 3pm Tuesday

Will be ready

Thursday after 3pm

Request before 3pm Wednesday

Will be ready

Friday after 3pm

Request before 3pm Thursday

Will be ready

Monday after 3pm

Request before 3pm Friday

Will be ready

Tuesday after 3pm

Repeat Prescription Patient Leaflet

Changes to Gabapentin and Pregabalin

Giving Consent for Others to Collect Your Prescription

Prescription Third Party Dissent Form
Ordering your prescription through Patient Access

Did you know you can order your repeat prescription online? The easiest, safest and quickest way to do so is through Emis Patient Access. Most of these requests get processed the same day.

There is no need to make a phone call or visit us; instead, computer, smartphone or tablet users can request repeat prescriptions anywhere - 24/7.

Please call into Reception to register for Patient Access.

Order My Prescription-  Patient Access 


Prescriptions sent electronically to the Chemist

You can now order and collect your prescriptions directly through your choice of chemist. This electronic system allows you to collect your medication straight from the chemist without having to travel to the surgery to collect the prescription first as well as being able to order your repeats at the chemist for the next month. 

It is, however, the patient's responsibility to inform the chemist of their choice to collect the prescription from the surgery.

NHS Spending versus Saving

Each year unused prescription medicines cost the NHS approximately £110 million a year. Medicine wastage is a serious and growing problem in the NHS.

Sometimes patients or carers with repeat prescriptions continue to get more medicines than they need and stockpile at home.

This wastes millions of pounds and huge amounts of medicines.

So please help us to reduce wasted medicines by:-

Only tick the items you need on your repeat prescription slip

Check what medicines you still have at home before re-ordering

Tell our pharmacist if you have stopped taking any of your medicines.

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