Please note due to the Corona Virus (COVID 19) outbreak we will not be offering online bookable appointments until further notice, this is to enable the practice to triage appointments before booking to minimise patient and staff risk. You can still order your repeat medications online. If you have symptoms of a cough, high temp and/or shortness breath please DO NOT come or call the practice, instead call 111.
We thank you for your co-operation.
Request A Repeat Prescription
If you have already registered to use Patient Access, click the button above to request repeat prescriptions.
*This service is only available to patients above 16 years of age *
Register For Online Services
If you are not yet registered for online access, all you need to do is register by clicking the above link, complete the online form and then once you have registered you will then need to come in and see one of our dedicated receptionists with an official photo ID and they will process your application and provide you with full access.
If you are on regular medication a repeat prescription may be authorised by your doctor.
Please use the repeat prescription slip available at reception.
You may hand the slip into Reception or send it by post with a stamped addressed envelope providing 48 hours notice or you can request repeat medication via our online services.
You may wish to use the computer generated repeated prescription counterpart tear off portion listing your repeat medications.
Alternatively, you can fax us a request or order via your local pharmacy.
You can also request your repeat prescription online. You will need to register for online booking in order to do this, please see the Online Services section for more information.
Please note that we do not take orders via telephone and you must allow 48 hours (two working days) notice in all cases.
Patients who on regular repeat medications will need to book medication review appointments, these are usually annually depending on your individual healthcare needs. Medication reviews can be carried out by either one of our GP's or in-house Clinical Pharmacist (this is different from the dispensing pharmacist you collect your medication from).