Repeat medication is not issued automatically by the surgery, you can order by one of the following methods:
- Handing in the repeat prescription slip or posting it via our letter box located at our side entrance.
- Posting the request, including a stamped addressed envelope.
- If you have an arrangement with a local chemist, you can order your prescription via them if they provide this service.
- Via My Health Online
Important: Prescriptions should be ordered with at least 72 hours working notice. We do not accept telephone requests for repeat prescriptions.
- Your medication requirements will be regularly reviewed.
- You can use the internet (My Health Online) to request a repeat prescription.
- The practice adheres to the requirements of the Medicines Act for storage, prescribing and recording of controlled drugs.
My Health Online
To make life easier and more convenient for you, we have introduced the option to request repeat prescriptions over the internet. This service is called My Health Online.
Before you can start using My Health Online, you must register your details at reception. You will need to provide some proof of identity. When you have done this, you will then be provided with PIN numbers to register online and set up your account.
Your personal details are protected using the highest standards of internet security to prevent them being intercepted. It is your responsibility to keep your log in details safe.
Only you and your GP surgery can see this information. If you have any further enquiries, please ask at reception.
Quick Repeat Prescription Drop Off
Repeat prescriptions can be dropped off via the letter box located at our side entrance. Please allow 72 hours (3 working days) prior to collection. You may nominate a pharmacy to collect your prescription on your behalf. Once you have arranged this with them. Please inform us of your nominated pharmacy so we can update your records.