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Repeat Prescriptions

If you are on long-term medication you can get a repeat prescription by ordering online (via the link at the top of this page) or by bringing in your printed list of drugs, marked with the items that you require, or by posting or faxing it to us.

Please order online, post, fax or call in, giving us a clear 2 workings days notice. 

If you have not used Patient Access online services before, please click here for information about the service and how to register. 

Please note that prescriptions which require Dr Ruth Wilson to sign and are requested on a Wednesday afternoon may be delayed until the following Monday.

Your doctor may ask to see you before issuing a repeat prescription.

A review date on your prescription means that your doctor will not issue another unless they have seen you or spoken to you on the phone before that date.

Please always check your review date and allow yourself enough time.

Please try to avoid phone calls as this blocks the line for other patients. 

Please note: If you have to phone for repeat prescription, the prescription line is open between 12:00 noon and 4:00 pm week-days. Please always check your review date and allow yourself enough time. 

Please try to avoid phone calls before 12:00 noon as this blocks the line for other patients. 

 
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