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Online Repeat Prescription request service is changing August 2018

Please be advised any patients currently ordering their repeat medication through this website will soon no longer be able to do so, as we move all our online services to "Patient online Services".

All patients already making online appointments and viewing their medical record will already have access to the new repeat prescription ordering service so need to take no further action if they have already brought in their ID documentation and signed up to these services.

For all patients ONLY ordering their repeat medication on line, please note we will need you to complete the online registration paperwork and supply the surgery with photo ID prior to being able to access "Patient Online Services" see the bottom of this home page for more information.

Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.

This is the last issue for one or more of your repeat prescriptions. Therefore please make your next repeat medication request two weeks before your medication is due to run out. This is because you may need to attend the surgery for a medication review with a clinician prior to the issue of further repeat issues of your medication.

Hospital Medication Requests

Please note that hospital pharmacies are now issuing urgent medication to visiting patients (needed to be started within 48 hours) ONLY.

If you are given a notification of new medication to start by a hospital department, this is for NON URGENT medication that should be issued by the GP Practice in 7 to 10 days. We suggest that the patient brings in this request as soon as possible and we will endeavour to issue it as quickly as we can. However should there be any query on the request raised by a surgery clinician, we would need to liaise with the hospital department concerned before we can safely issue the medication.

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