If you are on regular medications, prescriptions can be ordered in writing or in person in a number of ways. Please remember to give at least 48 hours notice (2 working days) before collecting your prescription.
Urgent Request: Please request before 12:00, prescription will be ready by 17:00. Due to patient safety, reception staff will not accept prescription requests over the telephone.
We do not fax prescriptions any more, but are able to send the prescription electronically to any pharmacy in England that uses the Electronic Preascription Service (EPS). Please clearly state that in your request if that is required.
Please inform the surgery of any change of Address or Telephone number as soon as possible.
You can use Patient Access to order your medication over the internet.
Please enclose a self-addressed envelope if you would like us to return the prescription to you.
You can order your prescription at our reception desk between 8.00am – 8.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Some chemists/pharmacists provide a collection and delivery service for people who cannot collect their medication. Your local pharmacist will be able to provide more details on this.
You can send a message to the practice email on firstname.lastname@example.org 7 days per week, 24 hours per day.
To ensure we provide you with the correct medication please always remember to include your full name, date of birth, and the names of the medication you need in the message. If requesting via email please consider registering for Patient access which allows you to request repeat medications and track your order.
The practice is also able to send your prescriptions electronically straight to the chemist/pharmacy of your choice, please ask at reception or at your local pharmacist regarding this service.
Doctor link is an online triage service. Please use this to signpost you to the right treatment in the right time frame. If a GP appointment is suggested we will ring you back.
Use Patient Access to book an appointment, order repeat prescriptions and view your medical record.
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