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PATIENT NOTICE

Current users of on-line prescription requests can order by CLICKING HERE. and order as normal. You will receive an email advising you what you will need to do so that next time you need to order a prescription you can use the new SystmOnline.

  If you have not already registered for on-line prescriptions you will need to bring to the surgery

  •  a UK photo driving licence or

  • Photographic proof of ID (e.g. passport) and 1 piece of official paperwork e.g. utility bill or council tax bill)

 Or in the absence of photographic ID

  •  Provide 2 forms of address (e.g. utility bill or council tax bill)

 You will then be able to register for on-line prescriptions using SystmOnline.  Please note this will take 48 hours to process

 If you have already registered for SystmOnline   please CLICK HERE

Repeat Prescriptions

pharmacist_3 Please allow a minimum of two working days' notice.

If your doctor agrees, you may obtain repeat prescriptions without seeing your doctor by placing your repeat prescription request form in the box provided in the entrance foyer - please ensure you have ticked your requirements. 

If you are unable to come to the surgery then please send your request by post, enclosing a stamped addressed envelope. Alternatively, you can now order repeat prescriptions online by clicking the link above.

 

You are also able to order prescriptions on this website but will need to register at the surgey first and we will need photo ID before we issue you with a password.

You are also able to request that your prescription is sent electronically to participating pharmacies.  Ask your pharmacy for more details.

If you wish your prescription to be forwarded to a particular chemist, or delivered, please make this clear on the request.

Unfortunately, requests for prescriptions cannot be taken over the telephone due to the risk of errors occurring and in addition this may block the phone for urgent calls. If you receive regular repeat prescriptions your doctor will ask you to make an appointment from time to time to monitor your medication.

 
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