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Please note we currently have no stock of the vaccine for the Over 65's due to a national shortage therefore cannot provide any flu vaccines of this type until week commencing 12th November after our next delivery.  We apologise to those patients who queued up at the flu day last week to be turned away as we ran out of the Over 65's vaccine.  We only had a limited amount of vaccines which was completely out of our control and staff had been making every effort to obtain more stock in advance but it unfortunately was not possible.  Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Repeat Prescriptions

Please note that due to high demand please allow 5 working days before collecting repeat prescriptions.


Repeat prescriptions – can be requested in 3 ways.

1) Online via the website - To arrange online repeats please register for this scheme with Dispensary or Reception by bringing in a form of phototgraphic ID such as driving license or passport.  Ordering repeat prescriptions in this way is the safest most accurate method. For further information on this service please follow the link below:

SystmOnline - A guide for patients

2) By ticking the items required on the repeat part of your prescription

3) In writing 

In the interests of safety and accuracy telephone requests are not accepted.

If you are taking regular medication, your prescription will be printed from your computer medical record.

If you are a temporary resident we can dispense for you.

Note: Please allow 5 working days before you collect your medication.


Electronic Prescribing.

We are now able to record a nomination of your choice for a pharmacy to receive your prescriptions electronically from your GP. For more information please follow the link below:

Electronic Prescriptions

Wasted medication

Please follow the below link if you have any medication you no longer use:

Medication: Do you take it?


Please follow the bellow link on why you should not request paracetamol on repeat:

Paracetamol Campaign

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