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Repeat Prescriptions

pill_bottleIf you are taking tablets or medicines long term, your doctor may arrange for you to have repeat prescriptions by issuing you with a computerised slip. At least a week before your drugs have run out tick the required items on this slip. You can either:

  1. Bring your completed computerised request slip and place it in the repeat prescription box provided on reception
  2. Post the computerised request slip, together with a stamped address envelope and we will return it to you
  3. Fax your request to 0161 301 6534
  4. Email your request to
  5. Request your repeat prescription online using the link below, please note you will need to request a pin number from the surgery to start using this.

Order your repeat prescription HERE!

PLEASE NOTE - We do not take repeat prescription requests over the telephone.

Please remember to allow 2 working days before collecting your prescription. Note: weekends and bank holidays are not working days.

Prescription wastage

Every year the NHS counts the cost of unused or wasted medicines. A recent audit revealed that, for an average practice, it was estimated that £225,000 was spent on unused (stockpiled) or wasted medicines.

There are a number of steps that can be taken by patients to help reduce the amount of money we are currently wasting on medicines including:

  • Only ordering repeat prescriptions for medicines you need at that time
  • Check which medicines you have before ordering your prescription
  • Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you have stopped using a medicine
  • Keep your repeat prescription list up to date
  • Don’t hoard medicines for a rainy day or for the future
  • Return any unwanted medicines to the chemist for safe disposal
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