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This page explains how to obtain your prescriptions for regular medication without having to see your Doctor each time.

 

A record of your regular medication is held on the Practice computer system. And each time you renew your prescription you will receive an updated list of all of the drugs that you may re-order.

 

You may use this list to help you re-order your prescription.

 

PLEASE ensure that you re-order in good time, especially before a Bank holiday, or before you go on holiday.

 

WE REQUIRE AT LEAST 2 WORKING DAYS TO PREPARE YOUR PRESCRIPTION

  

Not all medication that you have been prescribed in the past can be re-ordered as a repeat prescription. Some medication is for short term use only, and the Doctors may wish to monitor some medication before authorising any repeat prescriptions. The medication listed on the right hand side of your prescription is the only medication that the dispenser is authorised to issue.


HOW TO ORDER YOUR PRESCRIPTION


IN PERSON – Please tick the items needed on your medication list and hand the list in to reception. A ‘post box’ is provided in reception to make this easier.

 

BY POST – Please tick the items needed and post the list to the Practice enclosing a stamped, self addressed envelope if you wish us to post it back to you.

 

BY TELEPHONE – You may phone our repeat prescription lines either on:

 

01291 636452 between 11:00am and 6:00pm Monday to Friday

                                                    OR

01291 621507 between 9:00am and 12:00pm Monday to Friday
                                                    and

                  between 4:00pm and 6:00pm on Monday to Thursday

 

Please note. This line is for ordering repeat prescriptions only, and messages cannot be left when the line is not open.

 

ONLINE –You can find out more about registering for online prescription ordering by visiting the EMIS online website. For more information follow the link to the EMISaccess web site below.

 

 

https://access.e-mis.co.uk

  

PRESCRIPTION COLLECTION

Prescriptions will normally be ready for collection from reception 2 working days after ordering

 

If you use the same chemist regularly for your prescription then they may be able to

help by collecting your prescription for you, you can ask the pharmacist for details. 

 


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