Repeat Prescriptions

Patients can order repeat prescriptions in the following ways:

1.Request your medication directly using Patient Access or the NHS App (can be used from a computer as well as a phone/tablet device).

To complete your registration with Patient Access, photo ID must be presented to the surgery in order for us to confirm your identity and grant access to order medications. During the pandemic, we are accepting that this to be done electronically, via email to

 2. Ask your pharmacy to order for you

Patients on long term repeat medication may be given a white slip to use to order repeat prescriptions with the chemist. When you pick up your repeat prescription, please enquire with the pharmacy as to how best to arrange them to order your medication for you.

3. Email your request

Your request for repeat medication can be emailed to us at Please ensure to include at least your full name and date of birth in the request in order for us to identify you. Please note: you must allow at least 2 full working days for the prescription to be ready and sent to your nominated pharmacy.

We regret that only in special circumstances can we accept telephone requests for prescriptions.

4. Submit a paper request to the surgery

A repeat prescription may be obtained by handing in your white repeat slip slip, completing a repeat prescription request slip at the practice or by posting it to the surgery (including a stamped addressed envelope). Please note that you must still allow at least 2 working days for us to process your request.

Whilst the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing, we are requesting that our patients submit their repeat prescription requests electronically wherever possible.

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