Order a Prescription
Option 1: Talk to your pharmacist
Option 2: Order your prescription online
Use our online facility at https://www.patientaccess.com to request your repeat medication online. To obtain the necessary code and password you will need to come to the practice reception in person to request them.
Option 3: Order your prescription in writing
We do not accept requests or issue prescriptions by telephone, fax or email.
“Items on your repeat prescribing list”
It takes 72 hours (three complete working days) to process requests. Remember therefore to make allowances for weekends and public holidays, and do try not to let your stock of medication at home get too low or run out altogether.
“Items not on your repeat prescribing list”
These are usually medications that have been started recently but not added to your repeat list as they may need to be reviewed or a one-off prescription for a temporary condition. Occasionally, these medicines or creams may be needed again for a recurrence of the same condition or the original episode going on for longer than anticipated. You may request the item in writing to the doctor giving your name, date of birth, address and the reason why you are requesting the item.The doctor may issue a further prescription without seeing you or they ask to speak to you for a reassessment of your condition. Please allow 5 to 7 days for these requests to be processed.