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Data protection laws are changing and any identifiable data now needs to be sent via a secure system or portal.  Email is no-longer used for prescription requests and you will now only be able to request medication  - using the form above, our on-line access, by post or at the surgery.

Therefore, we are encouraging all patients to register for online services to order repeat prescriptions.  See the online service Tab on the right hand side menu for instructions on how to register or if you are already registered use the tab below.

On-Line Access log in


All prescription requests:  An increasing number of patients seem to be requesting their repeat prescriptions direct from the pharmacy.  If you have an arrangement with the pharmacy you will need to allow at least 5 working days before asking your pharmacy for your prescription.  Please note we need 2 working days from receipt of this request from the pharmacy before your prescription will be ready for the pharmacy to pick up.

If you are on repeat medication you will receive a re-order form with your prescription.  Use this to tick the medication you require, and allow 2 working days for it to be processed.  The prescriptions can then be collected from the reception.  If you supply a SAE with your request, we can post the completed prescription back to you.

Using the Online Service will allow you to view your current repeat medication list & select what you require.  

We cannot take requests over the telephone.

NB:  Please take old or unused medicines to a local pharmacy so they can carefully disposed of.  Do not throw old medicines away as they are highly polluting.

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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