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Our preferred method for  you to order your repeat prescription requests would be through our online service.

 Online Repeat Prescription Service

Alternatives to this are:

  • Placing reorder forms in the letterbox located at the right hand side door before reaching the main entrance.
  • Posting your reorder form to the practice and stating your preferred chemist 
  • Handing your repeat reorder form into your preferred chemist for them to send to us 

Please note we DO NOT accept requests over the telephone.

If you do not have a repeat form please write your full name, date of birth, medication required and also your preferred chemist. Please still allow 5 working days for prescriptions to go to the pharmacy.

All medication requests are processed within 5 working days (from when the surgery receives the reorder form/online request). For efficiency, prescriptions are routinely sent directly to the preferred chemist.

Please allow extra working day/s to the above when the surgery is closed for public holidays. If you are ordering early due to holidays, please add a note to your reorder form.

Patients are responsible for ordering all medication on time and allowing 5 working days for it to be processed.

Contraceptive Pill

You may re-order your contraceptive pill by completing an eConsultation from the home page of this website.

Click here to open eConsult and follow the steps below.

  • I want help for my condition
  • Womens health
  • Contraception
  • I want treatment and advice from my GP
  • Complete the form

Within the form it asks if you have a blood pressure reading within 6months,  please make sure you fill this in as we are unable to prescribe your contraception without this.

 

Medication Review

Patients on repeat medication may be asked to speak to our pharmacy team for a medication review and a notification of this will appear on your repeat order form.  Please ensure that you telephone the medication advice line (option 2) between 9.00am-1.30pm Monday to Thursday, to speak to our pharmacy team to avoid unnecessary delay in issuing further medication.

The pharmacy team will action this for you and send the prescription to your preferred chemist.

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