Only use the above facility once online registration has been confirmed (see below for details)
Patients who have a stable condition and who need regular repeat medication can re-order by:
- Online: Please complete an application form and hand in to Reception. Click on the link below to print off an application form or ask at Reception or NS Wilson (local Pharmacy) for a paper copy
Online Prescription Registration Form
Once registered, you can order via this link
- Telephone: 019755 62262 (Repeat Prescribing Line) available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week - just leave your name, date of birth and the name(s) of the medication you require.
- Handing in a written request, the tear off right hand side of your repeat prescription is ideal - you can pop your request into the dedicated prescription post box
Please ensure you give clear details in all requests. Your prescription will be forwarded to the local chemist unless otherwise indicated.
You should allow 2 working days (excluding Saturday, Sunday and public holidays) for your request to be processed.
Please note that during COVID-19 you should allow 4 working days for your request to be processed. All prescriptions will be sent to the local pharmacy - collection from the practice is no longer available
Please note that we are not a dispensing practice , however, all repeat prescriptions will be taken to the local chemist, N.S. Wilson, on a daily basis unless you specifically request otherwise.
We will not post out prescriptions unless you send us a stamped addressed envelope.
We do not prescribe methadone or opiate substitutes. Should you require this we will be happy to refer you to the Substance Misuse Service.
Patients who have a stable condition and who require regular medications can order a repeat prescription. We will prescribe 2 months (usually 56 days) worth of medications, apart from the contraceptive pill where you may be prescribed a 12 month supply, following a satisfactory blood pressure check and GP review. Anti-depressant medication will not usually be put on repeat prescription.
Periodically your doctor will need to review your medication and at these times the process may take longer. Please ensure that you re-order in good time to avoid running out of your medication. When asked to attend the surgery for a review appointment, or to have tests, please ensure that you do this before your medication runs out.