Please do not verbally order medication at Reception please use your repeat slip, or write full details including your name and address on a piece of paper. There is a metal box on the wall to the left of the front door where you can post your repeat slip.
You can order on-line, you will need to provide proof of identity and an email address to access this service.
Please could we remind patients that repeat medications are ready for collection 3 working days after ordering.
Collection timetable for Repeat Medication
Repeat medication can be collected after 10.30am Mon – Fri.
|Request Received:||Medication Ready By:|
|Monday am||Thursday 10:30am|
|Tuesday am||Friday 10:30am|
|Wednesday am||Monday 10:30am|
|Thursday am||Tuesday 10:30am|
|Friday am||Wednesday 10:30am|
Please note – Non-Dispensing Patients (those who are within a 1 mile radius of a pharmacy) can usually collect their signed prescription from the Surgery the next working day. Or you can request that the Prescription be sent to your Pharmacy of choice. Please allow time for the Royal Mail to deliver!
We are closed on Wednesday afternoons from 13:00 and the 2nd Thursday of each month from 12:15 – 13:45
You can now order your repeats on-line. Please ask at Reception for the details. We require proof of identity and you will need an email address to access this facility. You can also use this login to book certain clinic appointments.
Passwords for SystmOnline:
Passwords are case sensitive and must:
- be at least 8 characters long
- contain at least one letter (a-z)
- contain at least one numeric character (0-9)
- contain at least one other character (e.g. !”£$%).
Many thanks for your consideration.
If you are on repeat medication or suffer from a chronic illness, The GPs recommend that you have a review appointment at least once a year. At this appointment, usually with the Practice Nurse, she will check your blood pressure, your height and weight, enquire about any problems, check a urine sample and may take a blood sample. We have set up a rolling review system which means that you will be sent a letter giving a date and time for your appointment.
If you are over 75 you should have this type of review at least annually, even if you are not on regular medication. You can arrange this by contacting Reception.
If you are on regular medication, you should also consider whether to have a flu jab. Any of the staff will be able to tell you if you fall into the recommended category.
Do not order any drugs you do not take regularly, this will help to save the NHS millions of pounds. Take any drugs that you have stopped taking; to either a community pharmacy who dispensed your medication, or the Dispensary at the Surgery.