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Repeat Prescriptions

Only medicines that have been authorised by one of the doctors can be issued as a repeat prescription (you should have a list of these which is generated by the computer and is attached to your prescription).

To request a repeat prescription use the repeat prescription request slip provided. Tick the items which are required and try to leave it in the box just inside the foyer.

Alternatively you can register for our online services and order via the link at the top of this page. If you are already registered with SystmOnline for appointment booking online, you will automatically be able to request a repeat prescription online as well.

If you need your prescription early due to holiday or family emergency, please tell us at the time of ordering, using the “notes” box on the online ordering site.

We regret that we cannot take prescription requests on the main surgery line because it blocks incoming emergency calls.

Collections

Please allow 48 working hours' notice for repeat prescriptions to be processed and signed by the doctor. If you wish for your prescription to be posted please enclose a stamped addressed envelope.

Repeat Medication Delivery Service

We operate a weekly delivery service for patients who live in the villages around Newmarket that gets them straight to your door. Please ask our dispensing team for more details if you are interested.

Medication Reviews

We like to review all patients on long term medication every 6 to 12 months. You will be asked to make an appointment to see the doctor when you collect your prescription and a review is due; this is so that we can ensure that you are still being given the best treatment for your condition and so that we can monitor the progress of the therapy and carry out appropriate tests such as blood pressure recordings or blood tests.

 
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