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REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS If you are on regular long-term medication,
you will be able to order a repeat prescription. Our computerised
prescriptions sheets have a returnable repeat request
Prescriptions can not be requested over
We do not accept any repeat prescriptions
over the phone unless we know the patient to be housebound.
We are happy to return your prescription by post provided
you enclose a SAE.
All patient's with repeat prescription
requests should make an appointment with their registered
GP or a GP at the practice every 6-12 months for review
of your treatment and health. Please make an appointment
for a review with the doctor that knows you best.
Please allow 72
hours if collecting and 5
days if enclosing a stamped address
Most local pharmacies provide the services
of pickup and delivery once authorised by patients are
able to visit during it's opening hours
Please do not leave it until the last
moment before making your request. You will be asked
to see the doctor from time to time to review your treatment
and your state of health.
that the consultation time should not be used for repeat
NOTICE ABOUT REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS - CORONAVIRUS
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, all patient's
are advised to contact the practice and provide
the details of the pharmacy in which they
would like to collect they're prescriptions.
Rather than requiring a prescriber to authorise
prescriptions by hand, electronic repeat dispensing
(ERD) allows a batch of repeat prescriptions
to be handled at one time
sign off period is still 5 working days, however
there may be some delay to the Coronavirus
guidelines that have been set by our Prime
Minister on Monday 23rd march 2020, to ease
the burden on the hard working NHS staff working
during the current pandemic.
is also advising patient's who have been exposed
to the to Coronavirus to self-isolate, which
will require these patient's to find alternative
means in which to collect their prescriptions.
Please ask a friend of family relative to
collect them on your behalf, paying extra
care in the delivery of all medications as
not to to them to get exposed.
may provide a home delivery service, please
see our list of pharmacies and contact them
if this is so.
We are sorry
for any delays that may occur.
AND COLLECTION TIMES
Prescription(s) placed on:
on, after 2pm:
To register for on-line prescriptions,
you wil need to register for our online services,
you can download a registration letter from our;
working for the NHS has a legal duty to keep information
about you confidential.
understand how important it is to keep your personal
information safe and secure and we take this very
seriously. We have taken steps to make sure your
personal information is looked after in the best
possible way and we review this regularly.
read our GDPR
information about how we use the personal and healthcare
information we collect on your behalf.
Website updated on Saturday 1st May 2021
OUR ON-SITE PHARMACY We have an on-site pharmacy at the
health centre, the contact details are as follows;
CHARGES These charges apply in England
only. In Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, prescriptions
are free of charge, this information is true as of
April 1st 2020.
Prescription charge (per item):
3 month PPC: £29.65. This
saves you money if you need 4 or more items in
12 month (PPC): £105.90.
This saves you money if you need 14 or more items
in 12 months
If you will have to pay for four
or more prescription items in three months, or
more than 14 items in 12 months, you may find
it cheaper to buy a PPC. PPCs are available by
10 monthly direct debit instalment payments. The
PPC's allow anyone to obtain all the prescriptions
they need from £2.00 per week
The NHS prescription charge is a contibution
to the NHS. It is not a payment to the pharmacy
and it is not related to the cost of your medication.
If you need more than 12 prescribed
items per year, you could save money with a prescription
prepayment certificate (PPC). Please a member of
staff at your pharmacy.