Please allow 72 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.
Remember your prescription will take a further 12 hours at the chemist to be dispensed.

Repeat prescriptions can be ordered in the following ways:

pill_bottleTelephone at any time

    • Call 01434 320077 and choose option 2. Please leave your prescription order on our prescription line answer machine.

In person

    • Call in at the Practice between 8.30am and 6.30pm Monday – Friday. It helps if you use the form provided with your last prescription – just tick the boxes for the medication you need and leave in the allocated prescription box located at the front desk.

By post

    • You can order by post, using the repeat form on your last prescription.


    • By registering with EMIS access - this system is safe and all your personal information is encrypted. When ordering medication please state whether you wish to collect the prescription from the surgery or from the chemist.

Remember:  Your prescription needs to be raised, printed, checked and signed by a doctor. The practice aims to have your prescription ready in 48 hours from the time of receiving your request.  Please note that prescriptions are not processed by the practice at weekends or during public holidays.

Points to remember when ordering medication

    • If the collector is not the patient or a parent (in the case of a child) then we will require written authorisation from you.

    • If you think you are experiencing side effects then you must discuss this with a Practice Nurse or doctor.

    • The only items that will automatically be re-prescribed on request are those items on your re-order slip.

    • If the item is not on repeat but you have had it previously as a repeat or a ‘one-off’ prescription we may be able to prescribe it but it may take longer than 48 hours to authorise and you may still be asked to make an appointment to see the doctor.

    • Please note that most drugs we prescribe by the generic name and not the trade name. The chemist may supply the medication in a manufacturers branded packet. The dispensing label will have the correct generic name that you should use when ordering.

pill Click Here to order your repeat prescription online (Registration Required)

Please register for EMIS ACCESS to request repeat medication/prescriptions.

EMIS ACCESS REGISTRATION FORM  If you don't currently have access to EMIS ACCESS, please print and hand in the completed registration form to the practice. One form per patient is required.

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