If you have a Patient access account you can order online at...

A quicker and easier way to order your repeat prescription!

https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/account/login - please click on this link to register for patient access

https://www.nhs.uk/apps-library/nhs-app/- please click on this link to register for the NHS app

PLEASE ALLOW 48 HOURS FOR US TO PROCESS YOUR REQUEST (THIS INCLUDES ORDERING ONLINE).

48 Hours Notice

This time is required to allow the request to go to the usual doctor so that they can check the request against the medical record and ensure it is appropriate clinically appropriate, and safe, to issue further prescriptions.  This is important as we look after patients with very complex medication regimes.  In addition , medications can interact with other medicines so careful checks must be made.

We also have to check that the patient’s condition has not changed since they were last prescribed the medication. furthermore prescribing advice might have changed since a patient was last issued medication, which means changes need to be made.

All these checks take time, and this is why we need 48 hours to Prepare your prescription.

Repeat prescription requests should be made using the right-hand side of your prescription by ticking the items you need. If you have more than one repeat prescription, please try to order all your items together. The request can then be posted to us or left in the post box in the entrance to the practice. You can order your repeat prescriptions through your nominated pharmacy, however make sure you do this 48 hours before you run out of medication so that it is ready in time. 

Prescriptions for collection in the afternoon will be ready after 2.30 pm.  You may opt for the Pharmacy to collect your prescription direct from us and you collect the medication from the Pharmacy.  If you wish this then please let us know.  You can nominate a pharmacy to receive your prescriptions electronically.  Please contact your preferred pharmacy for this to happen.

   

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