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Repeat Prescriptions

pills_thermometerThere a number of options available to order your repeat prescriptions:

- Through the Internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by registering with the practice, you may view your own medication and order on-line at

- Tick the appropriate medication on your computer slip, hand it in or send it to the practice

- We can no longer accept telephone ordering of prescriptions.

The local pharmacies provide a free delivery service to those who need it although we understand some require up to 4 days notice - please ask your pharmacist.

Please ensure you allow 48 hours for regular repeated prescriptions to be available for collection but please note that these can only be collected Monday - Friday. The collection service is not available on those occasions we open on a Saturday.

If you require a regular supply of medication it may be cheaper to purchase a pre-payment certificate. Details are available through our receptionists, your pharmacist or Lincolnshire NHS (the address is on your medical card).

The safest way for us to issue prescriptions is to send them directly to the pharmacist electronically.  We encourage all patients to register a nominated pharmacy either with us or directly with you preferred pharmacy.  This save patients from having to come to the surgery and collecting a prescription and then have to take it to the pharmacy.  This process is quicker and more efficient for both patient and doctors and reduces the queues at our reception desk


Controlled Drug Prescriptions

If you are being prescribed controlled drugs, we have a system in place for the collection of repeat prescriptions. For safety reasons, we will require signed authorisation from you if someone else is collecting the prescription on your behalf and evidence of identity from the person collecting the prescription.


We can now send prescriptions for controlled drugs directly to your nominated pharmacy.  Please ask either at our reception or in your preferred pharmacy for them to register you for this service.




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