Online NHS Prescriptions

If you receive medicines regularly then you are likely to use repeat prescriptions.  Once your prescription is confirmed you can either pick it up in-person from one of our pharmacies or have it delivered directly to your home.

By ordering your repeat prescription online there will be no need to collect a paper prescription in-person. If you have already nominated our pharmacy then you will likely to have already seen the option to set-up a repeat prescription.

If you haven’t seen the option to do so then you should contact the pharmacy directly and ask for assistance in setting up a repeat prescription. Your GP surgery will also likely be able to help with this as well.

Utilising a repeat prescription service is highly recommended as it will save you time and ensure you can get your medicine more quickly. You may also be unable to visit your GP surgery directly due to Covid-19 so we highly recommend setting up a repeat prescription.

Repeat Prescription Service

1. Register with NHS App
 
Download and register with NHS App and order your medication easily and quickly online from the comfort of your own home.
2. Order your Medication
 
Once your medication is ordered, your request for your medication is sent direct to your GP.
 
3. Collection or Delivery
Nominate our pharmacy within the NHS App and once your GP has confirmed your request we immediately received your prescription for dispensing.
Your medication will then be dispensed, checked and a text notification sent to let you know your prescription is ready to collect. Alternatively signup  to have your prescription delivered to your door by one of our friendly drivers.

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