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*** Please note that the online prescription service is currently unavailable due to technical issues beyond our control ***
Repeat prescriptions and frequently requested prescriptions can now be ordered by email.
Repeat prescriptions can now be ordered a week in advance, but the prescription will not be in your chemist until the day it is due (e.g. If your prescription is due on the 10th you can order this on the 3rd but it will not be in your chemist until the 10th)
With regards to ordering prescriptions you can order them in the following ways;
- Email us with your name, address, date of birth and the name of the medication you need. Please indicate which chemist you want this prescription sent to as all prescriptions are being sent to chemists. Please use the following email address below to order prescriptions.
- Leave a request into our red box which is situated in our porch. Ensure you have ticked the items you need. If you do not have your reorder form there is paper provided to write out your request. Again please indicate which chemist you want the prescription sent to.
REPEAT AND REGULAR PRESCRIPTIONS (ANYTHING YOU HAVE HAD BEFORE) WILL NOT BE TAKEN OVER THE TELEPHONE
Prescriptions for items that are ordered regularly but not on repeat must also be requested at least 48 hours in advance
Acute one-off prescriptions for acute conditions can be ordered daily by telephone/person between 11am and 4pm.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.