HOW TO ORDER A REPEAT PRESCRIPTION
Repeat Prescription Requests
To order your repeat medication please see below:
Please click on the link to get easy ways for you to request your medication and get it sent to you https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/online-services/how-to-order-repeat-prescriptions-online
These are the easiest and safest ways and it gets your medication delivered to your door.
You can also order your repeat prescriptions ONLINE using Patient Access
To find out more information and to register for this service, please click here
When ordering online, please allow two full working days i.e 48 hours (excluding weekends) for your prescription to be ready. Please note that if you request your prescription after 6:00pm you must allow another working day. If you’ve already registered, you can login here.
Housebound patients and patients over 75 years can request prescriptions by telephone.
Please allow 2 working days from the receipt of your request. If you would like us to post your prescription back to you please enclose a Stamped Addressed Envelope.
Information for Hayfever / Allergic Rhinitis Medication
Southwark CCG have changed their policy and medications for hayfever/allergic rhinitis are no longer available from the GP on prescription - this includes for children. Please click here for more information
Electronic Prescribing Service
You can arrange for the prescription to be signed electronically by the Dr and sent to your chosen Pharmacy without having to come to the surgery unless you need your medication reviewed. Many of the local pharmacies will manage your repeat prescription for you. Please discuss with your pharmacist or ask at reception.
PLEASE NOTE: You will need regular reviews which may involve a blood test or a blood pressure recording if you are on repeat medications. These include medication for cholesterol, thyroid, diabetes, HRT and the contraceptive pill among others. Antidepressant medication should be reviewed 6 monthly
Please check your repeat prescription where there will be a note when a review is due.
Confused by prescriptions: Prescriptions FAQs can be seen here