|Monday||7.15am - 6.30pm|
|Tuesday||7.00am - 6.30pm|
|Wednesday||8.00am - 8.00pm|
|Thursday||7.00am - 6.30pm|
|Friday||8.00am - 6.30pm|
If your doctor agrees, patients requesting repeat and regular medication will be issued with a copy of all medication.
You can request a repeat prescription by:
Changes to the way you order repeat medication
As of the 1st August 2018 patients who previously used a pharmacy or dispensing company to order medicines on their behalf are no longer able to use this method.
Please see the letter from the Chiltern Commissioning Group (CCG) for more information.
You can find further information in a letter from the CCG
We can arrange for your completed prescription to be delivered directly to one of the local pharmacies. You will need to complete a consent form and return it to the surgery first. The consent forms are supplied to you by your preferred pharmacy.
Patients should allow 3 working days for prescriptions which are collected from the surgery and 4 working days for those prescriptions that are collected by the pharmacy.
Prescriptions can be transferred electronically (EPS) between the surgery and the pharmacy , this method also requires 3 working days for us to process.
Please note if you are taking a “controlled drug “ such as Tramadol these cannot be transferred electronically at the present time ( this is a Department of Health regulation).
Should you lose the repeat slip, please complete a repeat prescription form at the surgery.
It will be necessary for you to see the doctor at regular intervals to confirm your continued requirements.
For safety reasons we cannot accept telephone requests for prescriptions.
Dated: 7-Aug-19Please be aware that from the 1st September 2019 all payments will be taken by card only – We will no longer accept cash.