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Repeat Prescriptions

What is a repeat Prescription?

If your doctor thinks it appropriate you may obtain medicines on a repeat prescription without having to see him/her. They are issued at the doctors discretion and are normally for patients on long term treatment.

You will be asked to attend a review if your condition needs checking. Your medication also needs reviewing to ensure it is still having the desired effect and no changes to dose or type of medication are required. 

Medication will NOT automatically be issued where 'Medication Reviews' are out of date. Please check the date on your prescription to ensure supplies of your medication are not delayed.

Repeat prescriptions can be ordered by using the slip attached to your last medication. Simply tick the items required and forward it to the surgery.

Due to Data Protection, we now require your signed consent to allow us to give your prescription to anyone other than you. Please complete the following form and return to reception, where you will be issued with an authorisation card which will allow the third party to collect prescriptions/forms on your behalf.

Third party consent form for collection of prescription or forms

Register for the Online Service

Simply come down to the surgery, bringing with you some suitable photo ID (passport or driving licence) and after completing an online application form you will be issued with your unique user name and password along with some guidance notes. 

To protect your confidentiality it is not possible to do this over the telephone or through the post.

Can my Prescription be sent electronically to a pharmacy of my choice?

Yes tell us which pharmacy you would like to use or request directly from the pharmacy. In certain circumstances this may not be possible, this is usually due to the type of medication you may be taking.

48_hoursPlease allow two full working days for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.

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