PLEASE NOTE: Only patients aged over 18 years will be allowed access to order medication online

Repeat Prescriptionsmulticolour_pills

Patients on long-term medication can use the right hand side of their prescription to re-order. There are a number of options:

  • In person - drop the slip into the surgery with the required items clearly marked.
  • By post - send it to us with a stamped addressed envelope and we will post it back to you.

Alternatively you can now order online via the link at the top of this page. First time users are require to complete a simple registration.

Please note the practice does not accept requests over the telephone or fax.

Prescriptions will be processed and ready for collection as per the following table:



Ordered Before 12:00

Ordered After 12:00


Collect On

Collect On


Wednesday After 2pm

Thursday After 9am


Thursday After 2pm

Friday After 9am


Friday After 2pm

Monday After 9am


Monday After 2pm

Tuesday After 9am


Tuesday After 2pm

Wednesday After 9am


Please be aware...

Incomplete prescription requests will not be processed.

Any prescription requests received more than 7 days before they are due will not be processed. If there is a justified reason you need your prescription early please put this on the request for the GP to take into consideration.

Prescriptions have a processing time of 48 hours. Please do not chase before this time. The matrix above and on the prescription box in the surgery will help you to see when your prescription is due for collection.

To speed up the collection process, please inform the receptionist if your prescription contains any controlled drugs that need to be signed for.

Thank you

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. This applies even if a patient is followed up at hospital. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.


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