Repeat Prescriptions should be agreed in advance with your doctor or the practice pharmacist, and are issued via a computerised system.
The most convenient way to order a repeat prescription is on the Internet, using a system called Patient Access, which you can find on this secure link. To use Patient Access, you first need to be registered at the surgery. Once you are logged into the Patient Access website, you simply tick the items you need from your available list of items.
You can also order your prescription by emailing us at:
email@example.com with your full name, date of birth and items required.
If you prefer not to use the Internet, you can use the printed order slip provided with your last prescription. Please TICK THE ITEMS YOU REQUIRE and place the order slip in the box at our reception desk.
We do not take prescription requests by telephone, but if you have questions or a difficulty regarding a prescription, you can talk to one of our prescription clerks on 01253 957640 between 10.00 am and 1.00 pm each weekday.
If you would like a particular pharmacy to be responsible for ordering your repeat medication, please speak to one of our practice pharmacists about nominating a pharmacy. They may also be able to deliver the medication for you.
Or alternatively fill in the form below and this will be sent to our prescriptions email address. There is a 48 hour turn around on issuing prescriptions (this does not include pharmacy processing time)
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Prescriptions Charges and Exemptions
The NHS prescription charge is a flat-rate charge for each prescription item. The amount of the charge is set by Governments for those who are eligible to pay for their medicines.
Single charge – £9.35
3 month PPC – £30.25
12 month PPC – £108.10
Some items are always free, including contraceptives and medicines prescribed for hospital inpatients. For more information click here
Prescription Prepayment Certificates (PPCs)
A PPC lets you get as many NHS prescriptions as you need for a set price.
If you regularly pay prescription charges, a PPC could save you money. The prescription charge in England is £9.35 per item. A PPC costs:
- £30.25 for 3 months
- £108.10 for 12 months
The quickest way to buy a PPC is to buy it online here: Buy an NHS Prescription Prepayment Certificate (nhsbsa.nhs.uk)
You can pay for a PPC:
- by Direct Debit (online or by telephone)
- by card payment (online or by telephone)
- in full at a pharmacy
How much you can save with a PPC
|Number of prescribed medicines you need each month
||Saving with a 12 month PPC
||Saving with a 3 month PPC
||More than £115 a year
||More than £25 in 3 months
||More than £225 a year
||More than £50 in 3 months
||More than £340 a year
||More than £75 in 3 months