Repeat Prescriptions

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The practice is being subjected to an increase in patients requesting repeat prescriptions within the 2 working days timescale that we operate. This problem is most prevalent when a bank holiday approaches. Patients have to take responsibility for their repeat medication and request their prescription at an appropriate time.

The practice will be more stringent in the way that it operates the repeat prescribing deadlines as the workload is increasing. We need the co-operation of patients to provide an efficient service.

Prescription Clerks

The Practice has three dedicated prescription clerks that will process and deal with repeat prescriptions.  This will allow the repeat prescribing process to be run more efficiently. 

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Repeat Prescribing

We need a minimum of 48 hours to process these. Please note that this does not include Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays.

The only prescriptions that can be issued using this system are the ones currently agreed by you and your doctor and put on the system by the doctor. Acute or 'one off' prescriptions cannot be reissued without you seeing the doctor.

Before the end of the last but one of approved repeat prescriptions your repeat prescription must have the approval renewed by the doctor, they will decide whether you should see a doctor, nurse, health care assistant or whether the prescription can be renewed without any action. You will see an option box on your prescription, which will tell you what is to be done.

Ordering Online

To order repeat current medication please click on the link at the top of this page.

Before you can start ordering prescriptions however you must first register your details with us so that you can be provided with a unique login username and password. Please come to the surgery and complete a registration form.

More information about My Health Online:

User Guide

Frequently Asked Questions

Dispensing Services

The practice dispenses for rural patients, during surgery times only. You have to register with us to be able to get your medication direct from us. Ask at reception or our dispensary if in doubt.

We need a minimum of 48 hours (two working days) to process these. Please note that this does not include Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

Dispensary opening hours are Monday & Friday 08:00 – 18:00 and Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 08:00 - 17:00. Please be aware that if we are short staffed the dispensary may be closed during the lunch period.

Private Prescriptions

The Practice is able to provide private prescriptions and issue medication via our dispensary.  When we provide a private prescription for you to take to a pharmacy then there will be a £14 charge. 

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