If you are on regular medication you can request a repeat prescription. The doctor may allow you to have a number of repeat prescriptions without being seen although you will need to be reviewed by a doctor at least once a year.
Prescriptions can be ordered via the following methods:
- Tick the items required on the right hand side of the order form from your last repeat prescription and return to the surgery in person. There is a box in the Reception area where you can post your repeat prescription request or you can post it to us.
- You can fax your repeat prescription request to us on (01482) 492480
- You can come to the surgery in person and ask at the Reception Desk for a request form
- You can order a repeat prescription over the telephone between the hours of 2.00pm and 5.00pm on (01482) 343614 option number 2, excluding Wednesday's when we are closed.
- If you have access to a computer with internet access, you can email your repeat prescription request to: email@example.com
- If you are registered with Patient Online there is a facility to request your repeat prescription.
- You can order through your preferred Pharmacy.
Please allow 48 working hours before collection of you prescription. For your convenience we will post your prescription to you if you leave a stamped addressed envelope.
The Practice has now gone live with electronic repeat prescribing. This is an optional service and patients are able to still have paper prescriptions if preferred. In order to utilise this service you must inform us or your preferred pharmacy who will then set this up. Please still allow 2 working days from request to collection, although in many cases your prescription will be available sooner. For further information please speak to your preferred pharmacy or ask at Reception.
It has been estiamted that £300 million of NHS prescribed medications are wasted each year.
- Please do not over order or stockpile medications
- Wherever possible please do not over order medications or habitually order all repeat medication unless required.
- If you are aware of medication that is on repeat and no longer required please let us know.
Medication wastage is huge concern and financial burden on the NHS