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Repeat Prescribing

YOU CAN NOW ORDER YOUR REPEAT MEDICATION THROUGH ELECTRONIC PRESCRIBING SAVING YOU COMINING INTO THE PRACTICE TO COLLECT YOUR PRESCRIPTION - PLEASE ASK FOR INFORMATION

green pillsYou can request a repeat prescription by:

 

  • placing the repeat medication slip in the collection box in the waiting room with the requested items clearly marked. 
  • On line by requesting a log for Patient Access
  • Posting your request with a stamped addressed envelope
  • Emailing breccg.BrentfieldMC@nhs.net

If you wish a named pharmacy to collect your prescription or if you wish to nominate a named pharmacy to receive an electronic prescription please advise the practice and we are happy to comply with your request.

If you are ordering your medication early due to a holiday please note this on the request.   We can accept repeat prescription requests for items which have been previously agreed by the doctor or nurse to be suitable for repeat prescription ordering and items for which you have not yet used up all your quota of issues before the doctor needs to review your medication.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE NHS CAN ONLY SUPPOLY A MAXIMUM OF 12 WEEKS MEDICATION IF YOU ARE NOT IN THE UK.   WE CANNOT DEAL WITH REQUESTS FOR REPEAT MEDICATION FOR PATIENTS WHO ARE NOT IN THE COUNTRY.

You will need to provide details of the items you are requesting and details to identify yourself, i.e. full name, date of birth, telephone. Please allow two full working days for us to process the order.

Occasionally we may not be able to process your order.  The receptionist will explain the reasons why when you call to collect the prescription. You may arrange for collection and delivery with a pharmacy for which we will be happy to retain the consent authorising the release.

We aim to ensure that we provide a safe and efficient service and value patient feedback on their experience of our services.

 

 
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