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Repeat Prescriptions

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You can request a repeat prescription by emailing  prescriptions.parkfield@nhs.net or in writing, using the computer generated prescription list - found on the right hand side of your green NHS prescription. If requesting your prescription by email, please ensure you provide your full details (name, date of birth and address) as well as the full name and dose of each medication required. Only repeat medications will be issued via email.

For prescription enquiries please contact the surgery on 01707 291 041 (option 3) between the hours of 11am and 2pm Monday to Friday.

We aim to prescribe all repeat prescription requests within 48 hours but during very busy periods, such as Easter and Christmas, please allow 72 hours. The surgery can issue up to three months worth of most types of medication at any one time.

You can bring your computer generated medication list to the practice, post it with a SAE, fax it on 0870 890 2589 or request it from us through your log in on the website:

Link: Request repeat prescriptions online via EMIS access

Link: Register for repeat prescriptions using EMIS access (PDF)

Link:Electronic Prescribing Service

Link:Medicines no longer available on prescription

Link:Hay fever patient information leaflet

Please note that only repeat prescriptions can be issued via the Internet.

Items not on your repeat prescription must be requested in writing. Please check in 48 hours time to see if your request has been accepted.

Hospital prescriptions should be taken to the hospital pharmacy for dispensing.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner 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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