Order a repeat prescription

If you take Medicine regularly, you will usually have a repeat prescription.

This means that you can order your medicine when you need it without having to see a GP.

You cannot order repeat prescriptions by phone. This is to protect patient safety.

Order using the NHS app or website

The NHS app is a quick way to access NHS services. Using the NHS app means you do not need to enter your personal details each time you contact the surgery. You can read more about the app on the NHS website.

You can use your NHS account to order a repeat prescription.

You will need the NHS app or your NHS account login details.

In person

You can order a repeat prescription in person at the surgery.

Return the request slip to the surgery marking the items you require, allowing at least 48 hours (excluding weekends and bank holidays)before you need the medication Post the request slip to the surgery marking the items you require (please enclose a stamped, self addressed envelope if you wish your prescription to be returned to you by post).

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Some patients can get their medication from the surgery

If there is no pharmacy within 1 mile of where you live, you might be able to pick up your prescription at the surgery. Contact us or ask at reception if you think you are eligible.

On site pharmacy

There is a pharmacy in or attached to the surgery, which you can nominate to receive your medication.

Find out more about nominating a pharmacy

Medication reviews

If you take medicine regularly, you should check it is right at least once a year. This is called a 'medication review'. You should also arrange a review if you’re experiencing side effects from your medication.

To request a medication review, complete our online form or contact us.