How do I order my repeat prescription?

Patients on long-term medication can order repeat prescriptions in a number of ways:

  • Online.
  • By telephone.
  • In person – use the white side portion of your last prescription, carefully mark the items required and drop it in to the surgery.
  • By post – send it to us with a stamped addressed envelope if you want us to post it back to you.

Please allow two working days for your prescription to be processed. It is best to order your new prescription when you have one week’s supply left. All repeat medication will need to be reviewed at some stage and you will be informed when this is necessary. If you have been asked by the practice to complete an online medication review, please complete our Medication Review form.

Some conditions such as contraception and HRT require regular blood pressure checks. Please bear all this in mind if you are planning a holiday.

Getting online

You must register at the surgery for online services. To register for online services, please complete our Register for Online Services form.

Electronic prescription services

You can arrange for ETP (electronic transfer of prescriptions).  If you want this service, please complete our Register for Electronic Prescription Service form.  This is the quickest and most reliable option.

You can collect the paper prescription from the surgery, and take it to the pharmacist of your choice.

Some local pharmacists collect paper prescriptions from the surgery.  If you want this service, please arrange it with your chosen pharmacist.

Currently collecting from Queens Park:

  • Boots (Harpur Centre and Interchange)
  • Bromham (Mollivers Lane)
  • Ellis (London Road)
  • Kays (Bromham Road)
  • Lindleys (Ford End Road)
  • Lloyds (Brickhill Drive)
  • Superdrug (Allhallows)

Currently collecting from Honeysuckle way:

  • Boots (Harpur Centre and Interchange)
  • Fairleys (Church Lane)
  • Tesco (Riverfield Drive)

Prescriptions charges and exemptions

For information on prescription charges and exemptions, please visit the NHS website.