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"If you have not registered for on-line prescription requests, please come in to the Practice for further information, along with forms of I.D (photographic ID and a utility bill for proof of address)". 

Repeat Prescriptions

medication7Repeat prescribing guidelines require that the quantities of medication issued on repeat prescriptions will usually be for a single month's supply.  A review of medication given on repeat prescriptions is undertaken at intervals of usually no more than six months (and may require blood tests or an appointment with the nurse rather than the doctor). This allows us to ensure that continuing treatment is appropriate and safe.

There are three ways to request a repeat prescription:

  • return your pre-printed prescription counterfoil in the prescription near the reception counter, having marked it to indicate those items you wish to reorder.
  • you, or your family member, can order your prescription following the link on this page to the online form.
  • post your repeat prescription request to the surgery.
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