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Please note - if you previously ordered your repeats by email, you will need to register the first time you use this service on the new website.

If you normally order your repeat medication via Patient Access, just follow this link:

Click here to order your prescriptions (Patient Access)

Repeat Prescriptions

Please Note - we no longer accept requests for repeat prescriptions over the telephone.

If your doctor has said that you may order a repeat prescription of your medication without a review, please use the right hand side of you prescription form to do this.

It will be necessary for you to see your GP regularly to review any medication which you are taking. The date for this review is printed on the right hand side of the form.

If this date is due, please arrange a routine appointment with your doctor in plenty of time for your prescription to be issued and dispensed.

If you have regular blood tests in connection with your medication then please arrange an appointment for these in advance of your review.

If you would prefer to collect the prescription directly from the local pharmacy please mark the request form accordingly.

Electronic Prescription Service

Market Place Surgery went live with electronic prescriptions on 17th June 2015.  This means that the practice now use the NHS Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) and all repeat prescriptions are sent electronically to a nominated pharmacy.  If you have not yet selected a nominated pharmacy, then please either:

  • Contact the surgery and let the Prescriptions Team know your chosen Pharmacy.
  • Fill in this form, and either post, email or hand it in at Reception.
    more information on nominations can be found here.

 For more information about EPS, please click here.

Online Prescriptions

If you prefer to request your repeat prescription online you will need to register for Patient Access.  You can do this on line here, or by requesting a unique identification number from the practice.  

Please allow two full working days for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.

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