Repeat prescriptions should be requested 72 hours in advance. This includes weekends and bank holidays.

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Order In Person or Via the local pharmacy operating a repeat request service.

  • You can post your prescription requests to the surgery via our letter box at any time. 
  • Please use the printed medication list which was attached to your last repeat prescription to request new medication and only reorder what you actually need. 
  • You can also send a stamped addressed envelope to us along with your repeat medication request, and we will post the prescription out to you.
  • Please note this may take up to a week to get back to you.

For repeat medication the practice will issue you with a repeat prescription slip. Postal requests with an SAE also require at least 4 days notice. Please remember to order early enough.

Some items on your repeat slip are not required every month; some are only needed periodically. Let us know which items you require by clearly ‘ticking’ those that you need. Hundreds of thousands of pounds can be saved, over a period of time, from local health board drugs budgets by this method, and used to provide other essential services in the community.

Generic prescribing is also being encouraged by local health boards and therefore some medication will be changed from branded medication to generic, but a letter should accompany such a change. Please do not telephone the surgery for repeat prescriptions as we feel this may result in errors being made and also blocks vital telephone lines for visits etc.

Medication Reviews

  • Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner, practice nurse or pharmacist at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip.
  • Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.