REPEAT PRESCRIPTION ORDERING INFORMATION
Please note online prescription ordering can only be only used for REPEAT medication. Some medications prescribed by your GP for example, strong painkillers or antibiotics, will not be given as repeat medication and you will need to speak to a GP if you would like to request further medication.
How to order your repeat prescription online:
You can do this via Patient Access at www.patient.co.uk
N.B: In order to be able to request your repeat prescription online you must first:
- Request an online registration by contacting the surgery
- Await receipt of a letter from the surgery containing your access information
- Complete your online registration using the log-in details in the letter provided by the surgery.
Once your online registration is completed, please click on the link below or go directly to www.patient.co.uk to log in to the prescription ordering service for your repeat medication.
OTHER WAYS TO ORDER YOUR REPEAT PRESCRIPTION
Via your nominated pharmacy.
The surgery works closely with several local pharmacies who can take your prescription order. These pharmacies collect from us daily and offer a delivery service for housebound and elderly patients. If you wish to use this service, please ask at reception.
By placing your repeat prescription request in the box in reception.
See Opening Times.
Please indicate whether you use a nominated pharmacy to collect your prescription, collect at the surgery or enclose a stamped addressed envelope.
Please allow 48 working hours for collecting repeat prescriptions from the Practice. If collecting from your nominated pharmacy please check with them for their usual collection turnaround times.
We will only process ‘Priority’ prescription requests within 24 hours for:
- Epilepsy Medication
- GTN Spray
‘Priority’ prescriptions will be available for collection after 4.30pm weekdays or after 10.30am on Saturdays and must be requested at least two hours prior to collection. Please Note: No other medications will be treated as ‘Priority’
This is a clinical decision made by the GP’s and is to ensure safe prescribing. Unfortunately, the Patient Liaison Assistant will not be able to alter this decision.