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The way you order your repeat prescription is changing. From 1st December 2016 your Chemist will no longer be able to order your repeat prescription for you.  You will need to order your repeat medication in the following ways: 

Post in the letter box (if the surgery is closed)

Place your repeat slip in the box in our reception

Fax the request to 01945 47690

Post the request to the Surgery at our address above (include a S.A.E. if you would like your prescription posted back to you)

Order online from this website ( you will need to register for this service please visit the Surgery for a online registration form or download and print here, Online registration form you will need photo ID and proof of address to register)

The Surgery does not accept repeat prescription requests by telephone.

Your chosen chemist will still be able to collect your prescription from the surgery and dispense it for you as they have done previously.

 For more information why we are doing this see Repeat prescriptions

CQC Inspection

A team of Inspectors attended for the day and looked at all aspects of the Surgery. The Surgery and our Patient Participation Group are very happy to have been awarded a GOOD rating by the Care Quality Commission after their inspection. 

To see full report please click here.

Are your details correct?

It is important that we hold the correct contact details for you, if you have recently moved house or changed your telephone number please use this link to inform us of your changes.

Existing patients can enjoy access to our wide range of services at the touch of a button. Whether managing your appointment or ordering a repeat prescription you can now do both without leaving your home.

(Site updated 06/12/2016)
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