How to order a repeat prescription
Requests for repeat prescriptions can be made using the NHS app, if this is the first time you have used the NHS app you will need to create an NHS account to proceed.
Repeat prescriptions can be ordered 3 different ways:
- Online – via Patient Access (you must have registered, this can be done using the form at the bottom of the page)
- Written request submitted to the practice (we are not able to accept paper prescription requests during COVID)
- By pharmacist
During COVID we will accept prescription requests via the telephone if you are unable to use the online services
Please allow plenty of time for your repeat prescriptions to be prepared especially around bank holidays. Your prescription will take two working days (excluding Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays). To avoid errors, telephone requests are not accepted . during COVID we will accept telephonic prescription requests if you are unable to use the online services above.
We will send your prescription to your nominated pharmacy via the Electronic Prescription Service. If your prescription is printed (in exceptional circumstances) we will advise which surgery to collect it from
The system is computerised, so please use the printed request slip on the right hand side of your previous prescription or write your full details, including the name and strength of the drug. You may deliver your request to the surgery or have a pharmacist deliver it on your behalf. This is not available during COVID.
Patients can also request their repeat prescriptions quickly and easily using our online services. You can do this by registering for online access using the form below. Once you have submitted the form, the practice will contact you within 2 working days with your login details.
If you have already registered for the online service Patient Access log in.
If you would like to request an item which you have had in the past and does not appear on your repeat medication list on the Patient Access website, please contact us.