If you are on regular medication the doctor may agree for you to obtain a repeat prescription without needing to see the doctor in surgery. In this case please can you request your prescription in one of the following ways:
Prescriptions can be collected from:
Please note that we require 48 hours’ notice to process repeat prescriptions.
You can request your prescriptions online through Patient Access:
If you have not used the service before and have received a letter from us with your PIN number then you can register for an account.
Please note that online repeat prescription request accounts will only be created for patient aged 16 and over*.
Please return completed forms to reception or by post to the practice at:
*Exceptions can be made for issuing account information to under 16 year olds, for example in the cases of childhood chronic illness.
To request an account on behalf of a patient aged under 16 years old please write to the patients GP. If endorsed by the GP account registration information will be sent to the patient.
Use Patient Access to book an appointment, order repeat prescriptions and view your medical record.
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