Both written and electronic requests will take at least 2 working days to be processed
If you have already registered for the online prescription service click on the above link to request medication.
New to the practice:
If you are newly registered at the surgery and are on regular repeat prescriptions, please make an appointment with one of our doctors before requesting your next repeat, so the doctor can authorise the medication and annotate your medical notes accordingly.
Making a request:
- Requests can be made in writing, or
- Electronically via the link at the top of this page
We do NOT accept requests via the fax or telephone.
Requests in writing- 2 working days to process
- Please use the counterfoil provided with your last prescription.
- Mark clearly with a tick all the items that you need
- If you do not have a counterfoil, please write out a clear list of what you need including dose and quantity.
These requests can be handed in at reception or posted to the surgery.
Electronic Requests- 2 working days to process
If you have already registered for online booking please click on the link at the top of this page and select option - 'Repeat Prescriptions', log in and follow the instructions. Remember this is only for ROUTINE REPEAT MEDICATION. Queries must be received separately in writing please- we recommend that you do not put messages in the box as this will add to the processing time.
If you have not already registered for this service, please ask our receptionist for information and registration details. Read more...
Collection of prescriptions:
- Personally or by nominated person from reception
- You can have your prescription sent direct to the chemist of your choice:
Boots, Henleaze Road or Southmead Road
Lloyds, Stoke Lane or Westbury-On-Trym
Buxton and Grant
For this, you need to talk to your preferred chemist and agree on the service available i.e. collection, collection and delivery etc. Once agreed, please indicate clearly with your next request that you wish your prescription to be sent to this chemist. All repeat prescriptions will then automatically go to this chemist until the practice is notified otherwise.