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To request a prescription online, you will need to obtain a password to register with Systmonline from the Surgery Reception
To enable the practice to process repeat prescriptions efficiently and for the benefit of patients, it would be appreciated if the following procedure could be followed when ordering repeat prescriptions:-
Please be clear about what items you need when ordering and do not order anything you do not need. Keep the most recent copy of your prescription so that you can refer to it the next time you need to order.
It would be helpful if all your monthly requirements could be ordered at the same time.
Please inform the receptionist when you order your prescription where you would like to collect it from - we can send your prescription electronically ro any pharmacy of your choice.
Please be aware that occasionally one or more of your drugs may be prescribed under a different name from the one you are use to taking. This is because the practice prescribes by generic (chemical) name rather than brand name. However, you can be assured that these drugs contain exactly the same active ingredients. If in doubt, please ask your pharmacist.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.