Order Your Repeat Prescription Online

To use online repeat prescription ordering you will need to register for Patient Access. With this service you can order repeat prescriptions, book appointments, and also view your medical record online.

Click the link above to login to Patient Access and order your repeat prescription.

What is Patient Access? Register for Patient Access

Other ways to order your repeat prescriptions

  • Coming into the surgery or getting a family member or friend to hand over your prescription to a member of staff.
  • Emailing us at [email protected]
  • Faxing us on 01905 621188

Please note: We would ask you order your medication via the patient access service where possible. Using the Patient access service will allow you to keep track of your repeat medications and see your medical records. Please only request medication via email/fax as a last resort.

Repeat Prescriptions

Please allow at least 48 hours notice (excluding weekends) when asking for a repeat prescription. If you order online over a weekend, your prescription should be ready for collection on WEDNESDAY. You can request a repeat prescription online or by dropping your repeat slip in the post box. Requests can be made via Email as a last resort. We do not take prescription requests via phone due to the risk of misunderstandings or errors that occur. For Online access please speak to the practice team.

PLEASE NOTE: The surgery has a policy of prescribing 28 days of medication (with the exception of some HRT and contraceptive medicines). This is in line with the best practice guidelines which balance patient convenience, drug wastage and patient safety.

Emergency Medication

Reception staff can put you through to our dispensary staff if it’s an emergency or you can be booked in with our pharmacist for medication queries.

How to obtain medicines urgently when we are closed

Please visit your nearest pharmacy with evidence of your current medication. There may be a charge for this service.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medications will be asked to see a doctor, pharmacist or practice nurse once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Some medication reviews may be required more often than annually. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.