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 We are changing the way you request your online prescriptions to a new safer and more efficient system.

 From 1st July 2015 you will no longer be able to order your repeat prescription using your current password. The new system means your request will feed straight in to your medical records, which we believe to be safer and more secure.

 You will need to register for on line access to order repeat prescriptions which will also enable you to book appointments on line and to view a summary of your medical records.

To register for this service please complete the registration form which you can print from our download section on this site, or alternatively you can collect a form from reception at the surgery, or click on this link Patient Acces online Registration Form

Please hand the form to reception, who will generate a username and password for you and supply you with full instructions. Please bring some photo ID with the form as for confidentiality reasons we need to verify we are giving the log in details to the correct person.

 prescriptionsIf you are taking long term, regular medication a repeat may be requested using the list attached to your prescription.

Allow 2 working days for your prescription to be ready. 

Using the online repeat prescription service, you may request that your prescription is sent to a local pharmacy.

Please note that if your medication is due for review the process may take a little longer and you may be requested to see the doctor or nurse.

If you have any questions about the online prescription service or require assistance, please click here to send us a message.

Please note as well as our online service, you can request your repeat prescription either by post, fax or bringing your request into the surgery.  For safety reasons we do not take repeat prescription requests over the telephone.

 
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