To order your repeat prescriptions online you will need to register for Patient Access, this will enable you to order prescriptions, book appointments, view test results and your immunisation status on line.


Repeat Prescriptions

Repeat prescriptions are normally for patients on long-term treatment and have to be arranged after consultation with your own doctor.

Please leave a written request with the receptionist or, if your prescription is on our computer, simply tick the items you require on the tear-off slip.

Or use our online repeat prescription service by registering for Patient Access.

Please note that it takes 48 hours for us to process your prescription before it is ready for you to collect.

Where possible please give exact drug names when ordering or leave the bottle or box that the medication came in.

To avoid error we cannot take requests for repeat prescriptions over the telephone.


Generic Prescribing

In most cases the doctors prescribe medicines by their chemical name which may be different from the name you are familiar with.

This is known as generic prescribing. The active ingredient is, of course, exactly the same but the cost of generic medicines is often much less than if they were prescribed by their “brand” name. Generic prescribing saves the NHS millions of pounds and doesn’t affect anyone’s individual treatment at all. The generic medicine may be different shape or colour so it is best to know your medicine by its generic name and strength.

The people who benefit from saving money in this way are the patients themselves – money is not unlimited.


Prescriptions for Minor Ailments

We do not usually issue prescriptions for paracetamol liquid for children or for head lice lotions; patients’ are expected to buy their own. Nor do we routinely prescribe cough mixtures. This allows us to conserve the money we are allocated to spend on those medicines used in more serious illnesses.


Please allow at least 2 working days before collection, making allowance for weekends and bank holidays.

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