Boothstown Medical Centre

01942 483828

Repeat prescriptions

Click here to order your repeat prescriptions online via Patient Access

Dear patients

Please when requesting your repeat prescription it is unnecessary to request more than the amount that you are already prescribed.

It is advisable that your current repeat prescription quantities and duration must remain the same as before, this will ensure that community pharmacy can continue to manage stock levels in an already challenging environment.

All patients, including those who have been advised to self-isolate, should request their prescription electronically from the Practice and nominate a Chemist so that the prescription can be sent directly to them .

The Pharmacies have requested that you allow 48 hours for them to process your prescription..

NB: regarding paracetamol we are advised not prescribe paracetamol unless it is part of your routine prescription. Items such as paracetamol do come under self-care and you could use Community Pharmacy for support in-line with NHS England guidance.

The Boothstown Medical Centre team appreciate your support.

Ordering your repeat prescription

You can order your repeat prescription in the following ways

  • Online – You can register at the practice for Patient Access Online, this will enable you to order your repeat prescriptions online. Please call into the Practice with two forms of identification and complete the relevant form.
  • Email – You can e-mail your prescription request to [email protected]
    This is a secure e-mail address which is checked every day. Please include your name and date of birth on e-mail requests
  • Pharmacy order – Your nominated pharmacy can order your medication for you – you will need to speak to your pharmacist to organise this by calling into the Practice

We do not generally accept requests over the telephone, however, if you are housebound let us know and we will make an exception.

Please allow 48 hours notice from the time of ordering your prescription (excluding weekends and bank holidays) for your prescription to be processed.

Prescriptions ordered during the weekend will not be ready for collection until Tuesday after 4:00pm.

Electronic prescribing

The surgery is now registered for electronic prescribing, this enables us to electronically send your prescription, once ordered and processed, to a pharmacy of your choice. You will be able to go straight to the chemist to collect your medication. Please speak to your pharmacist who will register you for this service.