If you live further than one mile from your nearest pharmacy, you will be able to obtain your medication directly from the Practice.
Medication may be collected any time throughout the week, during our normal opening hours (see home page).
For repeat medication, please allow three working days notice from order to collection.
Your order can be;
- Made by using our online ordering service (Systm Online). If you are not registered, please contact our reception team who can organise this for you.
- By ticking the boxes on your repeat order slip, attached to your last medication order and handing it back to reception.
- Please note that we do not accept telephone requests.
For new patients on repeat medication transferring to the Practice, please speak with the Doctor, who will arrange for your regular items to be added to your records.
If medication is required when the Surgery is closed, please telephone 01672 870388, and you will be directed to our Out of Hours provider or Dr Kings Surgery for assistance. Dispensary Services information sheet.
Ordering your repeat Medication online
To order repeat medication online you will need to have registered for Systm Online, if you have not already done so, or have lost your original log in details please call reception on 01672 870388 who will be happy to assist.
If you are already registered for Systm Online to order your repeat medication, please click this Systm Online link instead.
When ordering your medication online, please be aware that we are unable to reply to any comments or queries made in the comments box.
All patients on repeat medication will be asked to attend the Surgery at least once a year for a full review of their medication. Your repeat order slip will indicate whether you are due to see a GP for a review.
For those patients with Coronary Heart Disease, Hypertension, and diabetes it can be useful to have blood and/or urine samples taken prior to your medication review. When booking your medication review, the receptionist will be able to advise if any tests are due.