Repeat Prescriptions

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Repeat Prescriptions


Repeat prescriptions will be issued at the Doctors’ discretion and will normally be for patients on long term medication. We will usually prescribe 56 days worth of medication.  Requests for prescriptions should be made in writing to the surgery. Usually this by using the counterfoil from the previous prescription. This can be handed in, posted or faxed (0131 672 1952) to the surgery. Please allow 48 working hours before collection and make allowances for public holidays and weekends. We can arrange for your prescription to be delivered to any of the local chemists on your request.


Where possible please give the exact drug names when ordering. Please

note that for safety reasons we are unable in any circumstances to take

orders for repeat prescriptions by telephone.


Prescription requests may also be requested via the form below.  Please read the guidance on the website before using this service.


PLEASE NOTE this link is only for prescriptions requests. Please do

not send any other requests or correspondence via this

address as it will not reach us.


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Prescriptions


Repeat Prescription form
Name
Address
Town/City
Postcode
Home Telephone
Email Address
Date of Birth
   

   Prescription will go to usual pharmacy, to change contact surgery.   

   Please enter your medication names, doses and quantities below   
Medication Name Drug Dose Drug Quantity
Any other information:

CONFIDENTIALITY – TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The internet is not secure, and the transmission of data to request
medication is entirely at the patients own risk . The practice accepts no
responsibility for breaches in confidentiality resulting from patients transmissions.

By clicking submit you agree to the terms and conditions of using this service.