All patients should receive a full list of their repeat medication attached to their prescription; this should be used to reorder your medication. In the unlikely event that this information is incorrect, please inform us.
Repeat prescriptions can be ordered in the following ways:
Our repeat prescription service is fully computerised and you must remember to order your repeat medication well in advance of running out and allow at least 48 hours for requests to be processed. In the event of a bank holiday this process will take longer than usual.
Your prescription will normally be ready for collection two working days after the day of ordering and after 14.00 pm.
Items ordered after 16:00 will not be processed until the following working day - please allow 48 hours from the next working day.
Prescription Collection Times
Time of collection
Friday After 4pm – Monday before 4pm
Wednesday After 2pm
Monday After 4pm - Tuesday before 4pm
Thursday After 2pm
Tuesday After 4pm – Wednesday before 4pm
Friday After 2pm
Wednesday After 4pm – Thursday before 4pm
Monday After 2pm
Thursday After 4pm – Friday before 4pm
Tuesday After 2pm
On Bank Holidays and Surgery Closures (ie PLTS) Please allow 72 Hours before collection
Pharmacy Pick Up Service
In conjunction with many local pharmacies we operate a repeat prescription ordering service. Your participating pharmacy will arrange to collect your prescription and you can collect your dispensed items at the pharmacy, or in some cases the pharmacy will arrange home deliveries.
Please ask for details at your pharmacy when you next request a repeat prescription. If you wish the Pharmacy to deliver your dispensed medication to your home you must also contact the pharmacy yourself.
Note: This service is not available for emergency prescriptions.
Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see/speak to a doctor, nurse or practice pharmacist at least once a year to review these regular medications and notifications should appear on your repeat slip.
Please ensure that you book an appropriate consultation (telephone) to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.