To avoid any mistakes, unfortunately we do not take prescription requests over the telephone; please submit your request in writing, either by ticking your repeat medication slip, email or by fax. Please allow 48 working hours to process your request.
The Practice encourages patients requesting repeat prescriptions We use the Electronic Prescription Service; the Practice encourages patients with repeat prescriptions to use this service; please see your Pharmacy for details of how to register.
Please be aware that if you allow another person to know your password, they will have access to your information about past appointments and current medication. We do not advise any patients to disclose their password.
When you log in for the first time it is advisable to change your password to something that is more memorable to you. Your new password must contain letters, at least one number and at least one punctuation symbol. It would also be very helpful if you would click on Change Contact Details and enter your email address and mobile phone number, along with any other information that may have changed recently.
Think Pharmacy First
Did you know the chemists in the area are also offering ‘Think Pharmacy First’. Your local community pharmacists are trained medical professional who can provide free advice on the best treatment for a wide range of illnesses and minor ailments.
As well as free medical advice, your local community pharmacy can now also provide free medication for some illnesses and minor ailments under a scheme called Think Pharmacy First. Think Pharmacy First allows people who receive free prescriptions to go straight to their pharmacist to receive treatment without the need of visiting the GP to get a prescription first.
The scheme is available to adults who are entitled to free prescriptions on the grounds of low income and their children along with all people aged 60 and over.