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  • Visit the following links to book GP appointments & order prescriptions online: NHS AppPatient Access / myGP app.

Batch Prescriptions (Repeat Dispensing)

You may be offered batch prescriptions, commonly known as Repeat Dispensing.

It is a new way of getting your medicines without having to ask the doctor or call the Practice for a prescription each time.

This is usually suitable for patients who are on stable medications which are not changing frequently. Eg. BP medications which are not likely to change in the next few months. 

Please speak to your Pharmacist or GP for further information.

Repeat Dispensing Patient Information


Hospital prescriptions

Click the document below to learn more about what to do if you have received a hospital prescription. 

Hospital Prescriptions

 
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