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Order a Repeat Prescription

Please allow 2 working days for us to process and authorise your prescription request. Typically, a pharmacy will need another 2 working days to dispense your medication. So allow 4 working days in total to collect your medication from the date you submit your request.

Repeat Prescription Request
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Prescription Items

Copy exactly the details from a prescription slip you have received from the practice.

Please note that items will only be dispensed if they are included in a prescription from the practice and a medication review is not pending.

PLEASE NOTE: A clinician may need to speak to you to authorise your special request. Therefore, it is important you supply a valid mobile number and email address. If your request is for repeat antidepressants/anti-anxiety medication it is better to submit an eConsult. Pick ‘I want help for my condition’ –> mental health
Please allow up to 5 days from ordering the prescription to pick up in the pharmacy. If required earlier than this please enter a note in the special request box

Privacy Policy

This form collects your name, date of birth, email, other personal information and medical details. This is to confirm you are registered with the practice, to allow the practice team to contact you and also to update your medical records held by the practice and our partners in the NHS. Please read our Privacy Policy to discover how we protect and manage your submitted data.

Your Repeat Medication

If you need regular medication and your doctor does not need to see you every time, you will be issued with ‘repeat prescription’. When you collect a prescription you will see that it is perforated down the centre. The left-hand side is the actual prescription. The right-hand side (re-order slip) shows a list of medicines that you can request without booking an appointment to see a doctor. Please tear off this section (and keep it) before handing the prescription to the chemist for dispensing.

If you forget to request a Repeat Prescription

If you forget to obtain a prescription for repeat medication and run out of important medicines, you may be able to get help from your pharmacy. Under the Urgent Provision of Repeat Medication Service, pharmacists may be able to supply you with a further cycle of a previously repeated medicine without having to get a prescription from your GP. If you receive stoma products from your pharmacy or other suppler and/or receive suppose such as continence products and welfare food from community services, you should ensure you have sufficient supplies as you may encounter difficulties in obtaining theses over public holidays, or when we are closed.

How to order your medication

By Telephone

If you have internet access or smart phone- the best way to order medications is online. Due to medical safety reasons we plan to phase out the prescription answerphone line by then of 2020. Script requests can be still be sent in via post or handed in to the practice for those without internet access.

Denburn Repeat Prescriptions: 01224 555277

Northfield Repeat Prescriptions : 01224 849321

In person

You can do this by returning the right-hand half of a previous prescription for the required medications, or by submitting a handwritten request.

Drop your repeat slip in at reception with the items required clearly marked.

By post

You can post your prescription slip or written request to us at the Practice. You can include a stamped addressed envelope for return by post if you will not be able to pick up your prescription from the surgery. (Please allow extra time for any possible delays with the postal service).

Pharmacy Ordering/Collection Service

Pharmacies offer a prescription collection service from our Practice.They can also order your medication on your behalf. This saves you time and unnecessary visits to the Practice. Please contact the pharmacy of your choice for more information if you wish to use this service.

Medication reviews

The clinicians at the Practice regularly review the medication you are taking. We also have a practice based pharmacy team who regularly conduct medication reviews. This may involve changes to your tablets, in accordance with current Health Board policies. Please be reassured that this will not affect your treatment. We may sometimes call you in for a medication review and this may involve blood tests. It is very important that you attend these appointments, as it keeps you safe whilst taking medication.

Non-Repeat Items (Acute Requests)

Non Repeat Prescriptions known as “Acute” prescriptions are medicines that have been issued by a clinician but not added to your repeat prescription records. This is normally a new medication issued for a trial period and may require a review visit with your Doctor prior to being added onto your repeat prescription records.

Some medications are recorded as acute as they require to be closely monitored by a clinician. Examples include many anti-depressants, drugs of potential abuse or where the prescribing is subject to legal or clinical restrictions or special criteria. If this is the case with your medicine, you may not always be issued with a repeat prescription until you have consulted with your clinician again.

Hospital Requests

When you are discharged from hospital you should normally receive five days supply of medication.

On receipt of your medication requirements, which will be issued to you by the hospital, please bring this to the surgery or post via S.A.E. before your supply of medication has run out.

Hospital requests for change of medication will be checked by the GP first, and if necessary your Doctor will issue you with a Prescription. The Practice will endeavour to issue you with your prescription on that day, but it cannot be issued until your medical details are checked by the Doctor, your prescription should normally be ready by 4pm on that day, or you may be advised to attend the next day.

Additional Requests of Repeat Medication

A Scottish home and Health Department circular from 1971 clarifies the position on prescribing for patients going abroad for extended periods. It states:-

“If a patient intends to go away for a longer period(than two to three week’s holiday) he/she may not be regarded as a resident of this country and would not be entitled to the benefits of the National Health Service…. It may not be in the patient’s best interest for him/her to continue to self-medication over such longer periods…. If a patient is going abroad for a long period, he/she should be prescribed sufficient drugs to meet his/her requirements only until such time as he can place himself/herself in the care of a doctor at his/her destination.”

Where ongoing medical attention is not necessary, the patient may be given a private prescription.

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