When you collect your medication from
the Pharmacy or Dispensary, the left (green) half of the form is
retained by the Pharmacist and you will be given the repeat prescription
slip (right hand side).
If you are taking regular medication you may be given a repeat
prescription allowing you to order without seeing a doctor. Repeat
prescriptions must be requested at least 48 hours in advance (excluding
Saturdays and Sundays).
Please note that once you reach your medication review date shown
on the repeat prescription slip your medication will need to be
reviewed by a doctor. This may mean that you need to make an appointment.
You may not request medication which is not on your repeat prescription
without seeing a doctor. You will be dispensed only the quantity
of medication shown on your repeat prescription.
You can request a repeat prescription in one of the following
- By using the "Patient Access" Online Services. Before
you can use this service, you will need
to register. Logon
now if you have registered and have received your unique patient registration details.
- By email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will need to give your Patient Number*.
Please note that we cannot guarantee your privacy if you
use this method.
- Fax your requirements to (01822) 618771. You will need
to give your Patient Number*.
- Telephone us on (01822) 612247 and select option 2. Please
note mornings are very busy.
- Post the repeat prescription slip, or simply drop it in
to Abbey Surgery. If you provide a stamped addressed envelope
we will post it back to you.
The cost of a prescription
is £8.05. You may be exempt,
depending on your circumstances. You can buy a pre-payment certificate
lasting 3 months for £29.10 or 1 year for £104.00.
For more information call 0300 330 1341 or apply on-line at www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/1127.aspx.