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Repeat Prescriptions

Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and bank holidays, for processing. For patient safety reasons we do not take repeat prescription requests over the telephone.

blue_yellowWe have a number of ways to request a repeat prescription.

On the web

This is the quickest and easiest way of requesting repeat medication for you or your child (upto age 16). Please use this method if you feel able.

To do this you must be registered for online services (you will be able to make and view appointments online too). Please bring photographic identification in the form of a driving licence or passport to reception at either surgery and we will get you started.

This facility will allow you to request a repeat prescription of any of your medications which are currently authorised to be issued and pick the prescription up from surgery. If your review date has passed the medication will not be able to be requested by this method and you may be/have already been asked to come to surgery for a medication review. Use the box at the end of the form for any queries you may have.

Once you are registered, please use the link at the top of this page to request repeat medication.

At the surgery

Use the tear-off slip of your computerised prescription and bring it to the surgery, or put it in the box on the reception desk. We do have some prescription forms at reception if you have lost or misplaced your computerised one. We can post it to you, but we do ask for a stamped address envelope

By fax

You may fax your request on 01332 541001 for Park Farm patients, 01332 298977 for Vernon Street patients

By E-mail

Please note this is not the the web or electonic prescribing service that we offer(see above).

For Park Farm patients: by e mail to us on SDERCCG.C81064-ParkF-

For Vernon Street patients: by e mail to us on


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