*****New****Online Repeat Prescriptions and Appointments Booking and Cancellation
We have now setup a repeat prescriptions and appointment booking and cancellation service which is directly connected to our clinical system. This is an upgrade from the previous service which was accessed through this website.
As this service is directly linked to your clinical data you have to register (or re-register if you were using the old system) by either registering online or from reception desk. If you register online, you will be able to use the online appointment booking once until you come to the surgery with your photo ID when a member of staff will be able to approve your registration. For repeat prescription, you will need to come to the surgery for approval first. These steps are important to protect security and confidentiality of your information.
Once registered you will be able to view the repeat medications which are on the surgery's clinical system and which can be requested. Medications which need reauthorization from the doctor (where it says: Please see GP to order more) are not going to be on this list and can't be requested through the online system.
You will also be able to see the routine appointment slots available for different doctors and will be able to book or cancel your appointment online. This service is not for emergency appointments which should be booked by calling the surgery. The online appointment system has inbuilt restrictions to prevent multiple bookings.
To use the new system (you will need to register on the new system) please CLICK HERE
If a doctor has agreed that you should have repeat prescriptions, please order this in your usual way.
Please allow 48 hours for the prescription to be ready and signed. Prescriptions can be collected from the surgery or can be posted to you if you provide a stamped self-addressed envelope.
You will be asked to make an appointment to have your medication reviewed at regular intervals, generally every 6 months.
Please note: we are unable to take telephone, email or fax requests for prescriptions.