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Obtain A Repeat Prescription?
If you have a long standing, stable medical condition such as high blood pressure, epilepsy or diabetes, we are happy to provide repeat prescriptions for medication, in agreement with your GP.
A repeat prescription can be requested in writing or in person to the surgery. If a postal return is required, please enclose a stamped addressed envelope. Emis Access — online prescription request is available — please ask at reception for details.
You will need to register for on-line prescriptions by bringing some photo ID (eg. Passport or Driving licence) to reception and filling in a registration form. You will then be given a password to access the on-line prescription facility.
Please Note: We do not accept requests for repeat prescriptions over the phone. Prescriptions will be available for collection within 48 hours of receiving a request (excluding weekends/bank holidays).