Order repeat prescriptions online

We do not take routine prescription requests over the telephone nor via the SystmConnect online consultation portal.

Please make the request via SystmOnline: or you can also request your medication via the NHS app:

Alternatively you can post the prescription counterpart (with your repeat medication request ticked) through the letterbox at the front of the building.

Emergency Prescriptions

New patients registering with the Practice who are on a repeat medication may need to provide the practice a print out of medications from their previous surgery. Once the doctor has authorised the repeat medication this can be added to the patient’s records and medication can be issued. If patients are unable to provide the printout from their previous surgery please request a telephone consultation with the Pharmacy Team.

£9.65 per item (the price is reviewed annually in April).

Pre-payment – Please ask at a pharmacy for a leaflet.

3 months – £31.25

1 year     – £111.60

This includes all items needed.

A hormone replacement therapy (HRT) PPC costs £19.30 and will save you money if you need more than 2 prescribed qualifying HRT items in a year.

Prepayment and Exemptions

If you know you’ll have to pay for a lot of NHS prescriptions, it may be cheaper to buy a prescription prepayment certificate (PPC).

A PPC covers all your NHS prescriptions, including NHS dental prescriptions, no matter how many items you need.

A PPC does not cover the cost of other health items, such as wigs and fabric supports.

If you suffer from certain medical conditions you are entitled to free NHS prescriptions but you need to apply for an exemption certificate. 

If you have a prepayment/exemption certificate or are exempt from prescription charges for other reasons, the pharmacy are required by the Prescription Pricing Authority to ask for proof of exemption.

Prepayment certificates can be ordered online or over the telephone by ringing 0300 330 1341 (please have your credit or debit card ready). Your PPC will be valid from the day you make the phone call unless you request otherwise.

Refund of Prescription Charges

You can apply for a refund if you have to pay for prescriptions while you’re waiting for a new PPC. Ask the pharmacist for an NHS receipt (FP57) when you collect your prescription so you can claim back the cost.

You may be able to claim a full or partial refund for the cost of your PPC if you become entitled to free prescriptions while your certificate is still valid.

For full refund details, including the time limit for claiming, visit the information about PPCs on the NHS Business Services Authority website

Payment Methods

We accept cash or card.

Money collected for repeat prescriptions is collected by the practice on behalf of the Prescription Pricing Authority.