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Repeat PrescriptionsRepeat Prescriptions

We are currently not accepting paper repeat prescriptions due to the coronavirus infection risk. 

Please order your medications using one of the Online Portals, ie Patient Access, Evergreen Life, NHS App etc, see links below. 

If you do not have an Online Account you can register at https://www.patientaccess.com/ - you will need to let us know once you have created an account so we can activate your full access by emailing s.c83026@nhs.net from your registered email account and include your Name, Address and Date of Birth - you DO NOT need to come to the practice with ID at this time.

Please DO NOT email prescription requests to this email address as they will NOT be processed.

If you are unable to do this you can order by calling 01778 579002 but please be aware that the telephones are currently under a lot of pressure and answering time are much longer than usual.

You can order a repeat prescription online:

By logging into the online access portal:

For Patient Access users, visit:

Patient Access

For Evergreen Life users, visit:

Evergreen Life

By using the white repeat prescription form accompanying your drugs. This can be posted in the usual way or left at the surgery at which you are registered. A box is available at Rainbow Pharmacy (for Market Deeping patients only).

It is important that we receive 72 hours (3 working days) notice of your requests and would be grateful if all repeat items could be ordered simultaneously.

Please remember that we do not open at weekends or Bank Holidays and that you should order well in advance to ensure that you have adequate medication during these times.

It is very important to see your doctor BEFORE your review date. If you have not attended as requested, your prescription request may be refused.

lf you have recently been to hospital as an in-patient or out-patient and your drugs have been changed, it may be wise to check that your repeat prescription screen has been changed by your doctor BEFORE your next prescription is due.

Staff do not have the authority to implement any changes or requests without your doctor's approval.

 
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