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Requesting a Repeat Prescription Options

Repeat prescriptions may be ordered by following the link above  or you can send us your repeat prescription form (with the items you require ticked) by fax to the numbers detailed below, by post or delivered by hand. We do not accept telephone requests for prescriptions.

Repeat prescription requests must be made before 1pm in order to be processed within 72 hours. So please allow 3 working days BEFORE collection, e.g.  Monday request (before 1pm) will be ready to collect on Thursday. Please bear in mind the Weekends and Bank Holidays, thank you.

  • Complete the counterfoil attached to your last prescription and place in the letterbox located at the front entrance of the surgery.
  • Send your request by post - please enclose a S.A.E. if you do not wish to collect this from the surgery.
  • Online - please click on link at top of page.
  • By fax to 01494 530483 for Temple End or 01494 715456 for Dragon Cottage.

In common with the majority of surgeries we do not accept requests for repeat medication by telephone.

Collecting a Repeat Prescription

You can arrange for your repeat prescription to be collected by one of our local pharmacies to save you another trip to the surgery or we can post your prescription to you if you provide us with a stamped, addressed envelope.

Annual reviews of patients receiving repeat prescriptions

All patients receiving repeat prescriptions are requested to book a telephone appointment with a Nurse or Doctor to review their  medication and to conduct appropriate monitoring tests. This is recommended good practice in the NHS and your repeat prescription counterfoil will contain messages advising you to arrange a telephone appointment  for such a medication review as you approach your annual review date.

Medications that are not issued as repeat prescriptions

It is recommended practice not to issue certain types of medication as repeat prescriptions. Therefore you may be asked to consult with a Nurse or Doctor for each issue. Examples include many anti-depressants, drugs of potential abuse or where the prescribing is subject to legal or clinical restrictions or special criteria.

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