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Repeat Prescriptions 

medication4If you are taking regular repeat medication you can request your prescriptions in writing:

  • By bringing the right hand side of your previous prescription to the surgery with the items you require clearly ticked. Please place your request in the posting box adjacent to the Reception desk.
  • By completing the prescription request form available in the Surgery and placing it in the posting box adjacent to the Reception desk.
  • By posting the right hand side of your previous prescription to us, enclosing an S.A.E. if you want us to post it back to you.
  • By faxing your request on 01684 584059.
  • Alternatively, you can order your repeat prescription directly through this site.

We will fulfil your request within three working days.

Order Medication Online

You can now order your medication online through Patient Access (See above link). In order to do this, you will need to complete an 'Online Access Registration Form' which can be collected from reception. Once the form is filled out, it will need to be handed in at the surgery and a valid form of Photo Identification presented for authorisation; log-in details will then be provided. 

Alternatively, you can download the registration form below and bring to reception upon completion.

Patient Access Registration Form

(Please DO NOT order online if you want to order an urgent prescription)

Local chemists do provide delivery services. If you want to use these services please ask your preferred chemist and let us know when you order your repeat prescription. Please allow extra time if the chemist collects or delivers your prescription. Murrays provide a service at the Practice.

New Patient Repeat Medication

If you are new to the Practice and you are currently taking ongoing repeat medication you will need to make an appointment to see a doctor or our practice pharmacist before your next prescription is due.

 

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