Please ensure you make requests for prescriptions a few days before your medication runs out.

Please note all prescriptions require 4 working days before collection.

Any requests for additional items, which are not on repeat, have to be authorised by the doctor.  In order to eliminate mistakes prescriptions may not be requested over the telephone but can be made via fax or email. 

Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) sends your prescription electronically direct to your preferred pharmacy.  Complete this form to let us know which Pharmacy you would like us to send your prescription to.

Full Name*:

Date of Birth* (dd/mm/yyyy):

Email:

Address*:

Postcode*:

Pharmacy*

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Full Name*:

Date of Birth* (dd/mm/yyyy):

Email:

Address*:

Postcode*:

We collect personal information when you enquire. We will use this information to provide the services requested and maintain records. We will not share your information for marketing purposes with any other companies. For more information explaining how we use your information please see our Privacy Policy

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy & Terms of Service apply.

Let the Receptionist/Prescription Clerk know you would like to have your medication managed by the Practice (batched).  The Practice Pharmacist/or a GP will then see if we can pre-authorise some, or all of your medication, for up to a year – you then only need to go to your preferred pharmacy to collect it as instructed.

If you have a question about your medication:

  • Use E-Consult and you will be directed to the appropriate support
  • Ask your local pharmacy
  • Call 111

If you are concerned about, or suffering from, medication side effects:

  • Use e-Consult and you will be directed to the appropriate support
  • Ask your local pharmacy
  • Call 111

If your medicine is out of date, unwanted, or some of it is left over after you have stopped taking it, don’t put it in your household bin or flush it down the toilet. Instead, take it to your local pharmacy to be disposed of safely.