If you are on regular medication your prescription is likely to have been computerised. Attached to it will be the white side of the prescription, listing all your regular medication. When you need more, bring or send it (with a SAE if you would like the prescription sent to you) to the practice indicating what you require.
Please allow 72hrs for your prescription request to be processed.
Prescriptions can be sent directly to most pharmacies, avoiding your need to come in and pick up your prescription. Please ask at reception or at your local pharmacy for more information and to register your nominated pharmacy.
If you are not able to bring or send your request to the surgery, you can order your prescription by telephone. Ring 01883 331509 between 2.00 – 4.00pm only Monday to Friday. Please allow up to 72 hours for your prescription to be processed. If you would prefer to order your prescription on-line, please call in to reception with photographic ID to register. Click here for more information
**Please note that the Prescription Line will be closed on 24th, 25th, 26th December and 1st January**
Electronic Prescription Service (EPS)
The EPS service allows for the electronic transmission of prescriptions from the GP practice, straight to the pharmacy without the need to print the prescription. This can make the prescribing of medications quicker, safer and easier for patients. This also means that if you are signed up for EPS, then there is no longer a need to pick up paper prescriptions from the practice.
If you have not already nominated a pharmacy to receive your electronic prescriptions, please contact your preferred pharmacy to complete a nomination form.
By nominating a local pharmacy and requesting your prescriptions through the practice's Online Services, you will be able to pick up your medication direct from the pharmacy, without having to call or come in to the practice at all.
There is lots more information about the Electronic Prescribing Service here on the NHS Choices Website