Ordering Repeat Prescriptions is Changing

The way you access your GP is changing to ensure you get the best possible care safely and quickly, this includes the way you request repeat prescriptions. The old solution (clicking on the link below which takes you to “Registered Services Logon”) requires our team to manually load every request onto our clinical system. The new NHS app or NHS Online Service accessed via your computer will send your request directly into our clinical system for our prescription team to process and for your GP to review. You can also access your order history, see the medication you are currently prescribed, access your medical record, get advice and book specific appointments online.

Using the NHS app or NHS online service is small thing that can make a huge difference for your NHS and GP. You can find our more about the NHS App by clicking here.

It takes a few minutes to set-up once and from then on all you need is your email address and password. You can do this all from home at any time. Services is available for anyone 13* or older.

Order repeat prescriptions using the NHS Online Services on your computer, click here

To download the NHS App for your smartphone or device then use the links below.

 Download the NHS App on the App Store (Apple)   Download the NHS App on Google Play (Android)

The previous system will be decommissioned early 2021. Please start using the NHS App or NHS Online Service from today.

*13 - 15 year olds please contact the surgery first to enable set-up.

To use the old system click here.

For medical legal reasons and to prevent errors all requests must be in writing and cannot be taken over the telephone.  Your repeat prescription can be requested online, posted to us or left in the box outside the surgery. Allow three working days for your prescription to be processed, or longer if it has been posted to us. 

If you have more than one repeat prescription, please try and order all your items together.

If you are receiving medication which is not on your repeat prescription request form then please submit an eConsult

You can collect the prescription from the surgery.

Please allow 3 working days (excluding weekends and public holidays) for collection.


We now use Electronic Prescribing (ePS)

  • Speak to your pharmacy for a sign up form and get your prescription delivered directly to your pharmacy of choice!
  • Some medications are excluded by the NHS from the scheme. Please check with reception. 
  • Once you have requested you repeat prescription, please check directly with your pharmacy if it is ready Please do not phone the surgery.

EPS

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