Repeat Prescription ordering
If you have already signed up to order your repeat prescriptions on-line please click on the link.
If you wish to register to register for online services
To register for online services, please fill in the form in order to receive an electronic letter to your registered email address (Please ensure that you check your Inbox and Junk Mail Box regularly for the letter). Once you have received your letter simply follow the ‘How to Complete your Registration (Patient Guide)‘. Remember there is no need to register more than once, registering online will include access to online appointments.T
he Practice ID that you will need to log on with is P83025
- Please Note: Patients are advised that in order to activate and access your Repeat Prescriptions online, proof of identification will need to be presented in person at your GP Practice; this will also provide you with access to your Care Records as from the 1st April 2015.
- Should you experience any problems please refer to the ‘Frequently Asked Questions – For Patients‘ Guide.
- In person – you can leave your repeat slip in the box in the entrance hall with the item/s you require clearly marked.
- By post – send it to us with a stamped addressed envelope.
Please note: the practice is no longer producing paper prescriptions and All prescriptions are now sent to pharmacies directly through the Electronic Prescription Service, and all local pharmacies receive prescriptions in this way. This service is faster, more efficient and more secure than processing paper prescriptions; this will mean that in future instead of coming into the surgery to collect your prescription, you can just go straight to your nominated pharmacy instead.
If you haven’t already nominated where your prescriptions should be sent please do so when you next order them.
Please allow two full working days for prescriptions to be processed (excluding weekends and bank holidays). Please call your nominated pharmacy to check if the prescription is ready for collection NOT the practice.