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Emailing Repeat Prescription Requests

Please contact the Surgery to register for our online services which will allow you to book appointments online also.

Patients no longer need to remember a lengthy email address to order their Prescriptions. Just go directly to the home page and click on the Repeat Prescriptions icon.Patients can then register or simply coomplete the form and send. All prescripitons ready within 48 working hours from date received.

Repeat Prescriptions

PRESCRIPTIONS READY WITHIN 48 WORKING HOURS

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Patients are responsible for ordering their repeat medication so as not to run out. This can be done up to 2 weeks before the due date (exceptions apply for certain medicines).

Repeat Prescriptions are processed and ready for collection within 48 working hours. (e.g. ordered Monday 2.00pm - available for collection Wednesday 5.00pm).

Please note that repeat prescriptions will only be issued for medication previously prescribed and authorised as a repeat by a Doctor. Repeats are not antibiotics, contraception or painkillers. Patients may be asked to make an appointment with GP before these Prescriptions are processed 

Prescriptions that have not been ordered for more than six months are longer active and require reauthorisation by a GP, which may require an appointment. Please speak to the reception staff as they may be able to request reauthorisation from the GP without an appointment.

Your health is your responsibility this includes the ordering of repeat prescriptions in time. Emergency appointments will not be allocated in order to obtain repeat prescriptions.

For Patients who are elderly and have difficulty attending the surgery; and Patients who through illness or disability, the Surgery will cooperate with local Pharmacies so that they may order and collect prescriptions. Please speak with your local Pharmacy or our Reception Staff. GPs will assess and approve as required.

 



 
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