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 Please note that we are experiencing a high volume of telephone calls at the surgery and it may take longer for our team to answer your call.  If you are calling about your prescription, you need to speak to the pharmacy to make sure they have received this.  Please note that prescription requests are taking 48 hours to process.   Please be patient.  Thank you. 




Repeat Prescriptions 

* FROM MONDAY 17TH AUGUST WE ARE NOT TAKING PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS OVER THE TELEPHONE.  YOU WILL NEED TO RING THE SURGERY FOR LOG IN DETAILS AND PASSWORDS TO USE OUR ONLINE SERVICES TO ORDER YOUR MEDICATION.  YOU CAN ALSO POST YOUR REQUEST BY ROYAL MAIL.  YOU ARE ABLE TO ORDER YOUR MEDICATION 7 DAYS IN ADVANCE.   PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A 48 HOUR TURN AROUND FOR PRESCRIPTIONS AT THE MOMENT.*

For repeat prescriptions, please make your request by completing the counterfoil printed opposite your previous prescription and return it to the Surgery. This can be posted or online.

Pharmacies are no longer able to order your medication on your behalf.  All requests must come direct to the Surgery either in person, post or online.

Should you wish to order your Prescription online, please go to the link at the top of this page. First time users will have to complete a simple one-off registration at the Surgery. Please always have ID ready to avoid congestion at reception.

Unfortunately, the Practice is no longer able to issue private Prescriptions for NHS patients.

We have the right to retain Prescriptions if we feel that they are not to be used for the right purpose.

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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