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Repeat Prescriptions

To avoid any errors, telephone requests for repeat prescriptions will not be accepted.

You may submit a written request by post, use the printed list of your medication that came with your last repeat prescription, fax us or hand it in at the reception. You may also email your request to, this is a safe and secure email address.

Please note: All written requests should contain your Full name, Date of Birth and/address to identify you. 

The easiest and most accurate way is to use the online repeat prescription service. To set up this service please present to reception with photographic ID.

If you use any form other than the printed list mentioned above, please specify the name of the medication, its strength and dosage to avoid any mistake. 

Please allow 2 FULL WORKING DAYS for your prescription to be ready for collection. 

If you would like us to post your prescription back to you, please enclose a stamped addressed envelope and allow plenty of extra time for the prescription to arrive. We are not responsible for any losses or damages that may result from any postal delay by the Royal Mail. 

You can also arrange for a local chemist of your choice to collect the prescription for you. Please specify it in your request as by default all repeat prescription without a special request is assumed to be collected at the surgery.

Please note that there is a date for your next medication review printed at the bottom of the repeat request. Please make an appointment for a medication review if this date is near or overdue. You may be asked to make an appointment if you have not done so.

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