Important information if your pharmacist orders your medication on your behalf
From 1st July 2017, we will no longer accept prescription orders from pharmacists. If your pharmacist usually orders your prescription on your behalf, please make alternative arrangements.
Leave repeat slips in the box on the wall in reception or when closed, the post-box on the gate.
Do not run out of medication before requesting a repeat prescription and allow 48 hours for processing.
For postal requests, please enclose a S.A.E.
Please do not telephone for repeat prescriptions, unless advised by your doctor or you are housebound. All patients on repeat prescriptions must have a medication review, at least every 12 months, by their doctor.
Do not stop any medication without your doctor’s advice. Please do not stockpile or waste medicines.
To order on-line, follow the link on this page to the form.
If you have a preference to collect from a particular pharmacy, either complete the section below or contact the practice and inform reception.
Please note: If you have been given a prescription at hospital, you must collect it from the hospital pharmacy while you are there. Your GP will not be able to issue these items for you.
We require patients to give 48 hours notice for repeat prescriptions but, in exceptional circumstances, urgent requests can be dealt with the same day.