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It is now possible to register for online prescriptions and appointments without the need to contact the practice first. Please ask the receptionist for an application form for Patient Access

Repeat Prescriptions


pill_bottleThe hours and methods for requesting prescriptions vary, please contact the reception for if you need details details:

  • In person - the prescriptions are computerised and you will receive a tear off slip with each repeat, listing your medication. The slip should be placed in the prescription box at reception when requesting your next prescription marking the items required.
  • By post - if you are unable to come to the surgery send your slip in with a self- addressed envelope if you want it posted back to you.
  • By email to –
  • Online – Please ask at the reception desk for an application form.
  • Pharmacy - Many pharmacist will order your repeat medication for you. Please contact your pharmacy directly to set this up.


Please ensure that you include your full name, date of birth and the full names, strengths and quantities of all medicines you require. 

It takes 48 hours for preparation of the prescriptions so please allow plenty of time before collection. We only process prescriptions on the same day in an emergency and these are not ready to collect until after 17:30.

Acute Prescriptions

All acute prescriptions have to be authorised by the doctor before they are issued. This can take considerably longer than the 48 hours required for repeat prescriptions and the doctor may require you to attend an appointment before authorising it. Before coming to the practice please telephone to check that the prescription has been authorised and signed by the GP as we are unable to phone patients back in these circumstances.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

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