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Repeat Prescriptions:

may be obtained by

1. Repeat Dispensing: Your chosen pharmacist manages your repeat prescriptions: suitable for patients who take the same dose of medication everyday: ask your pharmacist or GP about this. (suitable for up to 80% of prescriptions)

2. Download and use the NHS App here (suitable for anyone aged over 13 with a smartphone)

3. If you're having difficulty with the NHS App, create an econsult. Click here eg if a medicine you were expecting to be on your repeat is missing.

4. You can request prescription in writing by post, but this is the slowest method and most laborious.

    Please include your name, address, NHS number, date of birth and the name and dose of each medication              requested

5.  Please don't attend the surgery just to request medication during the COVID19 pandemic to reduce the risk of spreading the virus

We will send your prescription electronically to your chosen pharmacist.Please allow three full working days between  your request and going to the pharmacist to collecting your medication. Allow 5 working days if you're using the postal service.

NB To maintain safe prescribing, you CANNOT request prescriptions over the telephone.  It is Practice policy NOT to accept prescription requests over the telephone. 

Medication Reviews: Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see either a doctor, clinical pharmacist, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications.


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