Order Repeat Medication Online

Non-urgent advice: Use the NHS App

The most efficient way of ordering your repeat medication is by signing up to Patient Access  or use the NHS App to request medications, book for appointments (all appointments will be telephone triaged by doctors during the COVID-19 epidemic) or to view results for blood tests.Only if you have difficulties in registering for the above, proceed to put your request by filling the form below.

Alternative methods include:
In writing – you can come to the surgery and fill out the prescription slip  
Email-   you can request it via email on [email protected]  providing patients full name, dob, and the medication required.  

How long does it take for the prescription to be ready?

Prescription requests are processed within two working days, we advise patients to collect their prescription two days after they have put the request in after 5. It is not always possible for us to issue medications if you have not had a review for some of the medications with a clinician, this is due to certain medications requiring a review and for clinical safety.

Prescriptions are mostly sent to your nominated pharmacy electronically. However, if you do not have a nominated pharmacy, you are able to collect it from our reception.

The prescription will be ready 48 hours from receipt of request excluding weekends and bank holidays. 

Please note all prescriptions will be issued electronically to your preferred chemist. 

Acute Prescriptions

Acute medication is medication that has been issued by the surgery for a short period of time and it is put on your repeats as it needs monitoring for a little while. Acute medication requests can not be requested online, please kindly request them via e-consult, email or by coming into the surgery to request them.  


Please specify your nominated pharmacy and address and postcode of where to send your electronic prescription in the additional notes section.

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Enter each medication and strength on your prescription