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Online Access

You can register for online access to:-

Book, view, and cancel appointments.

View allergies

View Immunisations

View and order your repeat medication

You can register online or call in at the surgery to request.

Please note that we need to see Photo ID to complete the process of your application.

Patient Access to Online Services Form

Patient Online - Patient Information Leaflet

Please contact the Receptionist to request your EMIS ID and Password, to order your repeat prescription.

Our main priority is safe prescribing, which is why we request 48 hours to process your repeat prescription.  We have a rigorous system to deal with repeat prescriptions, which involve:-

  • Making sure the request is on time (not too soon since your last prescription)

  • Checking for relevant blood tests

  • Ensuring the dose or strength of your medication has not been changed

  • Asking the GP to check and adjust a medication review date

  • GP on call to sign all repeat prescriptions at the end of surgery


        • 48 hours needed.

        • Telephone requests accepted for house bound patients

          Emis Access - Online Appointments and Repeat Prescriptions


          medication3Order repeat medication either

            • in person

            • by post

            • enclosing a S.A.E

            • using the repeat order slip, which can be placed in the box in reception, or the box outside

            • by fax on 01942 878714  

            • online via this websiteElectronic Prescribing Service (EPS) register for this service, at a Pharmacy that is convenient to you.  

        • Please do not leave it until the last minute to request your repeat medication, please allow at LEAST 2 WORKING DAYS for your prescription to be processed.  

        • Only request and tick the medication you need.  

        • MEDICATION REVIEWS.  Patients on repeat medication will need to have their medication reviewed at least once a year, with either the GP or with the Practice nurse at your annual review.

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