You can request your repeat prescription the following ways:

Requests which arrive before 12:00 are usually available to collect from the surgery 2 working days later. Please make sure that you allow enough time for possible postal delays.

All patients will be on our computer repeat prescription system, and we ask that the instructions on the prescription ‘tear off’ portion are observed, i.e. to tick the drugs required.

From time to time, the doctor will require you to make an appointment to ensure the continuation of your prescription. When this is due, the computer slip will tell you to ‘see doctor this time’. An appointment should be made well in advance of your supply running out. If you have been advised by the surgery that your medication review is due, please complete our Medication Review form.

Our Practice Policy states that it is not possible to accept telephone requests for repeat prescriptions.

If you have any questions regarding your prescription, please use our Contact the Practice form.

When medication is prescribed by a hospital, we can only issue a prescription for this medication once we have received email/written/faxed confirmation from the hospital. We do not transfer private prescriptions to NHS prescriptions.

Prescription Fees

View the cost of prescriptions on the NHS website.

You can also find out if you are entitled to free prescriptions.