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Repeat Prescriptions

What is a Repeat Prescription

TeamA list of medications on  repeat prescription is automatically printed with each prescription
to the right of the green prescription you give
to the chemist, please detach this and keep it
somewhere safe.  When you require a repeat prescription, the appropriate box on the list should
be ticked and sent/left at reception for the doctors.  Repeat prescriptions are usually available for
collection within two working days.

How to request repeat prescriptions

  • Visit the surgery - Bring in the right hand part of your repeat prescription to the surgery
  • By Fax - 020 7708 6598 or Sir John Kirk Close - 020 7277 2240
  • By Email - Please provide us your email address by emailing either Manor Place Surgery at souccg.MPsurgery@nhs.net or Sir John Kirk Close at souccg.sjkcsurgery@nhs.net 
  • By Electronic System (EPS) - Please contact the surgery for more details
  • Visit a Pharmacy - Pharmacies listed below
  • By Post - Please include a stamped addressed envelope

How to Collect Your Prescription

How can I collect my Repeat Presciption?

If you require us to forward your prescriptions, then please provide a stamped addressed envelope.

We also offer a collection service with the following local pharmacies, this means that you can leave your repeat request with us and we will send the new prescription to the pharmacy of your choice. You can then collect your medication from them.  The pharmacies in this scheme are:

  • Walworth Pharmacy, (by McDonalds)
  • Ridgeway Pharmacy
  • East Street Pharmacy
  • East Street; Boots the Chemist
  • Walworth Road; Superdrug
  • Sheel Pharmacy.

You can also order your repeat prescription online at PATIENT ACCESS (formally EMIS ACCESS)

For more information on Online Services click here.

Your prescription will be processed and available to collect from the Surgery within 2 working days as usual.

Please Note: Repeat prescriptions will not be taken over the telephone.

Prescriptions should not be collected by children.

FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)

 What if I need more than one type of medication?

  • The doctor will prescribe the type, dosage and frequency of taking the medicines.  This information will be recorded on your medical record and the repeat prescription process will automatically include or remove medications according to the frequency set.

How much medication will I be given?

  • This will be at the discretion of the prescribing clinician.  All prescribers within the practice adhere to local and national prescribing guidelines.