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Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) is an NHS Service. 

It gives you the chance to change how your GP sends your prescription to the place you choose to get your medicines or appliances from.

pill Click here to order your repeat prescription online (you must be registered)


To use SystmOnline, you will need to come into the practice so that you can be given a user name and password. You cannot register for this service online or by phone because your identity needs to be verified. When you come into the practice, you should bring something that proves your identity, such as a bank card, utility bill, passport or driver's licence.


Alternatively, you can use the tear off slip from your last prescription  

To provide a service that is safe and effective we ask you to place a tick against the items that you require on the tear off slip from your last prescription. If you do not have this for some reason, print the items clearly on a piece of plain paper. The request can then be brought to the surgery or posted.

If you include a stamped addressed envelope the signed prescription can be posted back to you after processing. Please allow additional time in this case as the postal service can sometimes be very unreliable. If you request items which have not been authorised by your doctor this will lead to a delay in the processing of the prescription.

If you have access to a fax machine you can fax the prescription request to the surgery on 01924 257653. Please allow 24 working hours for the prescription to be processed once it has reached the surgery. Any amendments may take longer.

Repeat prescriptions will not be issued during consultations with a doctor/nurse, please request your medication 1 week before you are due to run out to allow your request to be processed.


We do not offer a telephone repeat prescription service.  However, you can register for the Electronic Prescription Service as explained on the Home page.

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