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Repeat Prescriptions

red_orange_pillsItems that you can obtain on a repeat prescription are printed on a tear-off strip as part of the prescription form. You must return the tear-off slip with the items you require ticked off.

They can be returned either by posting them in the box next to reception or by mail (Please include a self addressed stamped envelope) . You may also follow the link at the top of this page to the online form. You will need to carry out the simple one-time registration.

From March 31st 2015 we are improving on-line access to patient records for requesting repeat prescriptions, which now includes booking some appointments on line and being able to  access some information from your medical records.

AS PART OF THIS YOU WILL NOW NEED TO REGISTER AND USE A PERSONAL LOG IN AND PASSWORD TO ACCESS THE ON LINE SERVICES from 31st March 2015.

Please contact the Surgery next time you want to request a repeat prescription and the staff can organise access to these services - YOU WILL NEED TO CONFIRM YOUR IDENTITY AND MAY NEED TO PROVIDE OFFICIAL IDENTIFICATION FOR OUR RECORDS, such as a passport or driving licence.

From January 2018 the order time for repeat prescriptions will reduce to 48 hours   (2 working days).  

We DO NOT accept requests by telephone, as this can block the lines for urgent calls.

Please note if you are on regular repeat medication we have now reviewed our medication review system and from May 2012 you may only need to attend for a medication review every 3 -12 months depending on your clinical condition. The clinical team will assess your medication when your review is due and you may be asked to book appointments with the nursing team for routine monitoring blood tests / Management of your Diabetes/ Asthma/ Chronic Obstructive Airways Disease/Coronary Heart Disease/ Hypertension etc. Our aim is to ensure that your medical condition is managed by the appropriate person and avoid uneccesary surgery visits for you. 

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