If the doctor has prescribed a medication for you, which you will be taking on a regular basis, this is called a repeat prescription. When you receive your first prescription from the doctor you will see it has two parts, a green half and a white half. You will need to take the prescription to the chemist to be dispensed. On collection of your medication the chemist will give you the white half of your prescription back, this white half (request slip) is used to order your next prescription from the surgery.
To order medication you will need to bring your repeat slip into surgery, post it to us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org We do not take medication requests over the phone it must be in writing.
Please allow 2 working days for collection/receipt of your prescription.
You can now order prescriptions online. Before you can use this service please contact the surgery to obtain your username and password.
PLEASE NOTE YOU CAN ONLY PROCESS MEDICATION ON YOUR REPEAT LIST USING THE ONLINE SERVICES. PLEASE DO NOT REQUEST ACUTE MEDICATION OR SICK NOTES VIA THE ONLINE SERVICE. THANK YOU.
If you already have login details you can click the image below to access the service.
NHS Prescription Charges increased on 1 April 2019
The following increased charges now apply:
Prescription charge (per item): £9.00
3-month Prescription Prepayment Certificate: £29.10
This saves money for anyone who has to pay for prescriptions and who requires more than 4 items in 3 months.
12-month Prescription Prepayment Certificate has not increased and remains at £104.00
This saves money for anyone who has to pay for prescriptions and who require more than 14 items in 12 months