If you have registered with Patient Access, then please go to http://patientaccess.com/
To register to use the online system you will need to attend the surgery in person with photographic ID (such as photo driving licence or valid passport. Bus passes are NOT an acceptable proof of ID)
The receptionist will then issue your individual registration details to allow you to set up an account.
Due to The Covid-19 Situation we ask that you order responsibly
Please do not order extra medication or request early prescriptions. Attempts to stockpile may put a strain on the supply chain and make any potential shortages worse during the coming months. We will continue to process all requests for medication in the usual way.
If you want to avoid coming in to the surgery, you can collect your medicines without having to hand in a paper prescription
1. Order your prescriptions electronically using Patient Access if you are already registered for this service http://patientaccess.com/
2. Please ask your pharmacy to set you up for Electronic Prescription Service (EPS). Ask your pharmacy to order your prescription and we can send it electronically to the pharmacy you have chosen.
ORDERING OF PRESCRIPTIONS
We ask for 48 hours notice so that the prescription can be prepared, checked and signed by the doctor. If needed at St Peters please allow 72 hours.
This does not include weekends and Bank Holidays.
Sometimes the doctor may request to see you before issuing a repeat prescription.
If requested before 10:30am on
Prescription will be ready for collection after 2:00pm at the surgery on