Please Note: To avoid any errors and for the safety of patients, we do not take prescription requests by telephone.
About Repeat Prescriptions –
It may surprise you to know that 75% of the prescriptions your doctor provides are for long or medium term conditions, and are referred to as “repeat prescriptions”.
As patients ‘ medical conditions change or improve, then so will the medication which they require.
Therefore, it is very important that an effective system is in place to ensure that patients obtain the correct repeat prescription, when they require it, and that the medication is regularly reviewed by the doctor.
We hope that we have such a system in place, and that it is as easy as possible for patients; any comments or suggestions would be welcome.
Along with your repeat prescription, you will receive an attached “order form”, which you should keep safely until you require your next prescription.
When your drugs are starting to run low (never finished),tick the drugs which you require on the form. If the drug is not on your form then it is not on your medical form as a “repeat”.
Write the name of the drug on the form, and your Doctor will check whether you still require that drug.
When your form is completed, you can do any of the following:
- Hand the form into the box provided, situated at the right hand side outside the door presently as a precaution during the Coronavirus Pandemic. Do not come into the building.
- Or you can fill in the on-line form which you will find on the home page at the bottom of the screen.
- You can register for Online Services and make your own appointments at the same time.
- Post the form to the Practice; if you enclose a stamped addressed envelope, then your prescription will be posted back to you.
- FAX your completed request to 01463 792143
In all cases, ensure that you allow at least 48 hours (excluding weekends) between your request being received by the Practice, and the time you require your prescription.
Review Of Your Repeat Prescriptions
Your medical condition and your medication, will be reviewed at intervals by your Doctor from the details in your medical record. at least once a year, Your Doctor will want to see you personally to carry out this review. Therefore, do not be alarmed if you are called into the Practice to see your Doctor!