What is a Repeat Prescription?
A repeat prescription is a continuous supply of certain medication that you can routinely order for a set period of time without having to see a doctor.
The doctor will arrange for this medication to be available for you to order for a clinically appropriate length of time and you will then require a review.
You will be advised that you need to have this done when you are coming to the end of your prescription allocation.
This will be advised by using the right-hand side of the prescription.
If you have been advised by the surgery that your medication review is due please complete our form.
You may need to pick up your prescription from the surgery.
How do I order my Repeat Prescription?
Please note that we do not take prescription requests over the phone.
Please plan ahead and allow two working days before collection.
You can order your repeat prescription in the following ways:
- Using the tear-off slip from your previous prescription to re-order your medication, ticking the items you require.
- Fill in a prescription request form at reception
If you wish your prescription to be posted back to you, please provide a stamped addressed envelope.
Pharmacy Free Repeat Prescription Collection & Delivery
Most pharmacies can order, collect and deliver your prescriptions for you.
Alternatively you can collect your prescriptions from the pharmacy at a time convenient to you.
Please ask your local pharmacy for details.
Instead of your GP giving you a prescription on paper, they can electronically send it straight to a pharmacy of your choice as part of the NHS Electronic Prescription Service.
You simply choose to have your prescriptions sent to any pharmacy offering the service.
You can register for electronic prescribing by completing our form.
View the cost of prescriptions on the NHS website.
You can also find out if you are entitled to free prescriptions.