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From the 1st August 2018 ALL online prescription requests will need to made via SystmOnline (link below) and NOT via the above link.

To be able to access SystmOnline you will need to sign up using this form and presenting it along with some photographic ID to either surgery reception. We will then provide you with a username and password. Parents can apply for a SystmOnline account for their children which will allow proxy access until the child reaches the age of 13, when access will automatically end. 

Please use this link to SystmOnline to order your repeat prescriptions or to book a GP appointment.

You will need to register for online access to your health records first. Please see the Online Services page for more information. 

Repeat Prescriptions

bluepillslf you require regular medication on a long-term basis, you will be issued with a computerised prescription, which has a counterfoil slip for your use when requesting repeat prescriptions. Please bring or send this slip of paper to the surgery and enclose a stamped addressed envelope if you require the repeated prescription to be posted back to you.

Please note 2 working days notice is required for repeat prescriptions. Prescriptions brought in on Friday will not be ready for collection or posting until Tuesday. We do not deal with repeat prescriptions over weekends or Bank Holidays.

We do NOT accept requests for repeat prescriptions by telephone as this blocks our telephone lines and mistakes can arise if there is no written request or computer printout.

Alternatively you may wish to use our online repeats ordering system by following the link on this page but please note that you can only use this if you have regular repeat prescriptions and there have been no changes to the medication or dosage. We still require 2 working days to action the request. Please  note that requests for  new medication or medication that has been changed by the hospital or any other health professional should not be made  via the website but directly to the receptionists. 

The practice uses the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) formulary for prescribing of medicines, appliances and dressings. The formulary can be accessed here:

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