How to order your repeat prescription
Order your prescription through NHS App
NHS App is available to ALL our registered patients. Once registered, you can order your prescriptions online.
To register for this service and to find out more information, please click here.
Repeat prescription requests must be handed in to the practice (through letter flap on the front door or by post) or you can order via our website using the method outlined below.
Unfortunately we cannot accept requests via email or telephone. Once we receive your request please allow two working days for your prescription to be prepared. Prescriptions will be ready to collect after 3pm.
Only prescriptions set up on repeat can be requested via this service. If you need more of an acute medication you may need to see a GP. Please check when handing in your request with a member on reception if you are unsure.
If you have run out of your medication, most pharmacies can offer a 3-7 day emergency supply until your prescription has been processed. Therefore we cannot provide slots in our urgent phone-in clinics to manage repeat prescriptions.
Private prescriptions cannot always be transferred to NHS prescriptions. Please make an appointment to discuss this with a GP and bring the letter from your private consultant/physician stating what medications they would like you to have.
If you are going abroad, a one off prescription for 3 months can be given. For longer periods away we would recommend a consultation with a local doctor, or arranging a private prescription from the surgery to cover the additional time away.