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Please provide the practice with your most up to date mobile phone number.  We plan to use this to send you appointments reminders and provide you with health information, including sending results by text.   We need your consent to do this.  When you are next at the surgery please advise reception if you are happy for this to take place.  Please note, it is your responsibility to let the practice know if you change any of your contact details.


As a large Practice with around 11,100 patients we deal with around 12,000 prescription item requests per month. We wish to ensure that we are offering the best, safest and most efficient service possible.

There are a number of ways you can order your prescription and these are detailed below.

Methods of ordering prescriptions

Patient Online Service:  Please see the Clinics and Services section for further information.  Our service links directly to your patient record and is updated in real time meaning the information is fully accurate. 

In addition, this service allows you to view and cancel booked appointments.

Via this website: A simple registration process requires to be undertaken in order to use this service. The messages are checked at noon and 5.00pm each day and processing follows the same guidelines as requests put into the prescription request box.

At the Practice: Prescription Request Slips are available at the reception desk to be filled in by the patient and should be put in the prescription request box. Please note that Receptionists will not fill in request slips, this must be done by the patient or patient representative. This helps to reduce the waiting time at the reception desk and ensure that your request is accurate.

You can also hand in your request slip found on the right hand side of your prescription.

Pharmacy:  Your local Pharmacy offers an ordering/collection/delivery service.  Please contact them directly to arrange this.  The Practice involvement is to produce the prescription and provide it to the Pharmacy on request.

Please be aware that if you order via your pharmacy or ask them to collect your prescription you should allow extra time for the process as a third party is involved. The time taken to process your prescription only starts when the prescription request is received at the Practice.  



We would welcome any feedback about our prescription ordering and collection process. Please either complete a suggestion/comment form at Reception or send feedback via our website.

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