If you are a patient aged 16 years or over, you can now order your repeat prescription using our internet booking service. Once registered for the internet service you can also book a routine appointment with your GP.
If you haven't registered yet you will need to visit our reception desk to sign up for the service. You will need to do this yourself in person and bring with you some form of ID such as photo driving licence or passport.
You can register online by clicking the link below, but you will still need to come into the surgery with a form of ID to be able to complete the process and use the service.
In order to support your health care, all Patients on repeat medication will need to attend an annual medication review with their GP. (this may be more frequently depending on your medical condition and treatment type)
Our team will remind you well in advance of your review date and at this review we will consider a number of points with regards to your medication regime and ensure that it is the most appropriate to suit your needs. In addition, you will have the opportunity to seek any advice and raise any concerns or questions you may have.
In addition to your annual review, we are always pleased to offer any support you may need with regards to your medication – just let us know!
Click below use, or to register to use, the online service.
If a GP issues you a medication on repeat, you will be able to request a new prescription without having to book an appointment to see the doctor again. Please note that not all medications are automatically issued on repeat. All repeat prescriptions will need a regular review to ensure that the medication remains appropriate and safe, the date for this is written on your prescription sheet.
We will need your request for the repeat prescription in writing – you can email or fax a request directly to the surgery, drop in your previous prescription with the medicines you would like reissued highlighted, or come in and fill out a repeat request form available at the front desk.
If you do not have access to a fax machine and cannot attend the surgery in person, we thoroughly recommend signing up for EMIS Access which allows you to request repeat scripts over the internet.
Please be aware that repeat prescriptions take TWO working days to process.
If you have a private or hospital prescription we may be able to consider filling it but this is not guaranteed and it will need to be reviewed by a GP. This can take longer than two working days.
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