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Obtain A Repeat Prescription?
Fill in the white side of your prescription or write us a note telling us what you want (we are not allowed to take requests over the phone).
Please give us at least 48 hours’ notice.
Remember to order enough medication to last over a bank holiday, or when you are on holiday.
Be responsible for managing your own medication - do not leave requests for repeat prescriptions until you have run out of tablets.
You can ask your pharmacist to order, collect and deliver your prescription. If you wish to have your prescription posted to you enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope with your request.