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What is repeat medication?
Many people need to take medication each day to manage a health condition
Regular medications (medication taken every day/at regular intervals) can be set up on a repeat prescribing system
This allows you to order medication without seeing the doctor each time
If you are using the repeat prescribing system, we ask that you have a medication review once a year. This can be done over the telephone and can be done by a Doctor or one of the Pharmacists based at our surgery. This medication review enables us to safely monitor the medications you take.
Prescriptions are sent electronically to a local chemist of your choice. You do not need to collect the prescription from the surgery
How do I order my repeat medications?
There are four ways to order your medication:
if you are not set up for this
During the Coronavirus Pandemic we are minimising the number of people we let into the building.
Please try to avoid phoning so that we can keep our lines available for patients needing urgent medical attention
What medication does not qualify as “repeat medication”
When might we flag up a concern with a medication request?
If you have a question about your medication, you can now book a telephone call with one of our pharmacists.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed.