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Changes to ordering repeat prescriptions online

We have changed the way you order repeat medication.   To be able to order repeat medications you need to be registered to book appointments online (Patient Access).  If you are not yet registered to book appointments online please call in to the surgery with some photo ID to collect your new username and password 
 

Please use the "Order your repeat prescription securley online" icon at the bottom of the screen to order your repeat  medication.  If you are not yet registered to book appointments online you will not be able to use our new repeat medication ordering service. 

 

The medication I wish to request in not shown in my list of repeat medications

When a doctor prescribes you mediction they will decide whether it is repeat or acute.  Repeat medications are those which the Doctor feels are safe to be regularly prescribed on an ongoing basis.  Acute medications are those which the Doctor feels should not be prescribed on an ongoing basis because their use may need to be closely monitored or because they should only be used short term.  Our new prescription ordering service only displays your repeat medications and as such it is not possible to request acute medications through our new system.  If you wish to request an acute medication please click here and complete the online acute medication request form.

 

 
If you haven't already signed up for our online services please visit the surgery with some photo ID.  A member of our reception team will provide you with your login details.
 
 

Click here to let us know you are having problems with our online services

 

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