You can now order your repeat prescriptions ONLINE using SystemOnline
To find out more information and to register for this service, please click here
When ordering online, please allow two full working days i.e 48 hours (excluding weekends) for your prescription to be ready. Please note that if you request your prescription after 6:00pm you must allow another working day. If you’ve already registered, you can login here.
Other Ways To Order
Order your prescription from our dedicted telephone line.
Sheepmarket Surgery: 01780 437017
St Mary’s Medical Centre: 01780 764121
Telephone requests can be made between 10.00am and 13.00pm only.
Our sites are open to ordering prescriptions from 08.30am – 18.30pm Monday to Friday
Your prescription will be given to you with a printed copy sheet for repeat prescriptions.
To request a repeat prescription you may tick the items you require and leave the slip at the dispensary reception. Please indicate whether you would like to collect your prescription from our reception or which pharmacy you would like the prescription to be sent to for dispensing. If you losey your repeat request sheet there are forms at that you can complete Reception to order your prescription.
can be collected the following Wednesday Afternoon
can be collected the following Thursday Afternoon
can be collected the following Friday Afternoon
can be collected the following Monday Afternoon
can be collected the following Tuesday Afternoon
Emergency Supply of Medicines
If you require an emergency supply of medication when the surgery is closed please telephone 111 where the “Out of Hours” service will offer you advice.
All patients receiving repeat prescriptions are requested to be reviewed six-monthly to ensure the medicines remain appropriate.
The next review date is printed on the right hand side of your ordering slip and this should be checked periodically to ensure you make an appointment before the review is due.
Prescription Charges and Exemptions
Extensive exemption and remission arrangements protect those likely to have difficulty in paying charges (NHS prescription and dental charges, optical and hospital travel costs).
The NHS prescription charge is a flat-rate amount which successive Governments have thought it reasonable to charge for those who can afford to pay for their medicines. Prescription prepayment certificates (PPCs) offer real savings for people who need extensive medication.