There are a number of ways to order your medication.
Whichever method you use for ordering a repeat prescription, it takes up to 72 hours to process. If you need it sooner then please tell reception so they can alert the doctor
How to order your repeat prescription
The easiest way to order a repeat prescription is to register for online services.
Simply log in to the online portal and visit the medication section. You then tick the prescriptions you want.
If the medication you need is not on the list then use the ‘make a custom request’ section and type your request in the boxLogin to Online Services
Download the NHS APP
Who is it suitable for?
The NHS App is for people aged 13 and over who are registered with a connected GP surgery.
You can use some of the app’s features without your GP surgery being connected.
95% of surgeries are now connected to the NHS App.
How does it work?
With the NHS App you can:
• check your symptoms – find reliable NHS information on hundreds of conditions and treatments, and get immediate advice
• book appointments – search for, book and cancel appointments at your GP surgery
• order repeat prescriptions – see your available medications and request a new repeat prescription
• view your medical record – get secure access to your GP medical record
• register to be an organ donor – easily manage your preferences on the NHS Organ Donor Register
• choose how the NHS uses your data – register your decision on whether it can be used for research and planning
Please note we are unable to accept repeat prescription requests by telephone
Instead of issuing a green hand signed paper prescription, the doctor can now send the prescription electronically to your chosen pharmacist.
This means you don’t have to come back to the surgery to pick up the prescription, but you can go straight to the pharmacist and pick up your medicine.
This works even better if you request the medicine online as it means you can miss out on two trips to the practice.
You can nominate your pharmacy:
- Visiting your regular pharmacy and signing up for electronic prescribing.
- Ask the receptionist at the practice to register your chosen pharmacy.
- You can also change your nominated pharmacy through the online portal under the medication section and then click on ‘change pharmacy’. However you cannot make the initial nomination online.
Find out more about electronic prescribing.
The doctors at the practice regularly review the medication you are taking. They will sometimes call you in for a medication review and this may involve blood tests. It is very important that you attend these appointments, as it keeps you safe whilst taking medication.