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EMIS Patient Access - 02/03/2020 - Online Appointment Booking Service is temporarily suspended - if you need to make an appointment please contact the Practice. 
You can now order your repeat medication and make a routine appointment with your GP online using Patient Access. To register for this service please contact reception who will give you an activation key.

DEDICATED EMAIL ADDRESS - PATIENT USE ONLY - You may be asked during a telephone consultation with the GP, to submit a photographic image to assist with a diagnosis.  We have set up a dedicated/secure e-mail address for any such images to be sent to us : 

Public Holidays

Monday 5th October 2020

Friday 25th December and Monday 28th December 2020  

Repeat Prescriptions

green_pill_spillRepeat prescriptions can be ordered by using the following methods: 

  • Online via the link at the top of this page,
  • Through your selected Pharmacy who will order and collect your prescription,
  • Posting your written request and enclosing a stamped addressed envelope,
  • Filling in a prescription request form at the Practice.

Repeat prescriptions may be ordered a maximum of 1 week before the medication is due to run out and will take 48 hours for the Practice to process.  

Most local Pharmacies will offer a collection service for repeat prescriptions.   Please allow an additional 24 hours if collecting from your selected Pharmacy.   We have no control over the time taken by the Pharmacy to dispense your prescription.

If you have run out of medication you can phone our triage nurse who may be able to organise an emergency prescription.   Please be aware that all emergency prescriptions will be done at the discretion of the GP who will assess their urgency.   

Please note it is our policy that we cannot take prescription requests over the telephone.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip.

Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

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