You can request your repeat medication by indicating the items you require on the tear-off slip of your prescription, and posting it to us or handing it in at the practice reception.
If you enclose a stamped self addressed envelope we will post your prescription to you.
We are pleased to say that based on feedback from our patients, we now have a new phone line installed and set up for ordering your prescriptions. This is an answer machine service where you can leave your prescription request 24 hours a day! Remember you can also order online via Patient Access service.
The telephone number for the prescription order line is 01946 694887
You can also order your repeat prescriptions online using Patient Access or via the myGP app. Click here for more information about myGP.
To register for myGP download the app on your mobile phone or tablet. When registering please make a note of your pin number and password as you will need these each time to log in.
Please remember to allow 2 working days for us to complete your prescription request.
Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see either a doctor, or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications. You may not be issued with your full prescription if you are due your review. The doctors need to ensure your tablets are still the best ones for you. Please help us to help you by coming to see the doctor if requested to do so.
The surgery is aware of companies cold calling patients to offer prescription collection services and in some cases suggesting this is with the agreement of the Practice. The Queen Street Medical Practice does not endorse any company cold calling patients and requesting their medication details. Please be very careful about giving your personal and medical details to anyone calling you unless you are happy to do so and have properly identified to whom you are talking. Please ensure you are completely happy with exactly what they are providing (ie ordering on your behalf, without you always knowing, keeping the right hand side of your script, holding your prescription. If you have any concerns please contact us or your local pharmacist to discuss matters further.