Please note we do not take prescription requests over the telephone
Prescriptions for regular, long-term medication can be obtained by calling at reception or writing and enclosing a stamped addressed envelope. If you have a computer-generated order form (repeat slip) please tick the boxes next to the medication required before handing to the receptionist.
It is also possible for you to request your prescription from a secure website on the internet via the link at the top of this page. To register for this service you will need to contact the surgery and ask the reception staff for a print-out of your access codes and registration instructions. Once you have these you can then visit the website by clicking the link below to create your account. (Please note that if we do not know you, you will be asked for some form of ID, i.e. photographic passport or driving licence, before issuing you with your registration details).
Please allow 48 hours for your prescriptions to be prepared.
The doctors regularly review patients who are on long-term medication and it may be that he/she will want to see you before your next prescription. If this is the case, the receptionist will let you know when you collect your current prescription.
If your repeat prescription has not changed for a year, it may be possible for you to transfer onto the 6-monthly repeat drugs scheme. This means that prescriptions for 6 months will be printed for you to take to the chemist of your choice. The next time you need some more medication you telephone the chemist and not the surgery. This will save you an additional telephone call and journey to the surgery to collect your prescription.