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Obtain A Repeat Prescription?
If you have regular medication you can ask to be given a repeat prescription. This is printed by the computer and should usually be for two months' supply of medication. It includes a certificate for you to keep which entitles you to your next prescription without being seen. To obtain your repeat prescription, either hand in your repeat certificate to reception or post it to the surgery. Alternatively, if you have registered with us you can order your repeat prescription online using the link below. You can register for the online service for free – simply call into the surgery and provide at least one form of ID.
We do not take repeat prescription requests over the telephone.