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Repeat Prescriptions

Patients who need regular repeat medication and have had this approved by a doctor will have details of their medication entered onto our computer. When a prescription is issued, the patient should retain the right hand side of the prescription form to use as their next request. 

When requesting items please tick the relevant box even if you only have one item on the slip. This confirms you are requesting the medication and avoids confusion. 

A single request for all the items over several days diverts staff from other important duties unnecessarily. 

If you wish your prescription to be sent directly to the pharmacy, please tick the relevant box. 

The following pharmacies will collect the prescriptions from the Health Centre: 

  • Rowlands (formerly Kilnbridge) St. Johns
  • Alliance Pharmacy (formerly Moss) Knaphill
  • Alliance Pharmacy (formerly Moss) Goldsworth Park
  • Boots The Chemists, Woking
  • Bridge Pharmacy, Woking
  • Sainsburys Pharmacy, Brookwood

Repeat prescription requests can be made at the Health Centre by: 

  • Fax
  • Post - A stamped addressed envelope must be enclosed if you wish the prescription to be posted to you.
  • Via The Internet (Patient Access). In order to request repeat prescriptions online you must previously obtained the necessary access codes. Please ask at reception for details. 
  • Please read our Guidance Notes here
  • We do not accept prescription requests over the telephone to avoid the possibility of misunderstandings.

Please make your request in good time to allow at least three working days and make allowances for weekends and Bank Holidays. 

If you need to request your medication earlier than usual, please give the reason, e.g. if you are going on holiday. 

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Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip.

Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

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