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Repeat Prescriptions

Details of what you may have and how many times are computerised.

Repeat prescriptions will not be issued other than those that your doctor wishes you to take regularly. For all other medication you will need to see or speak to your doctor first.

Please use the printed re-order form provided with your prescription. Either deliver it to the surgery, post it with a stamped, addressed envelope or speak to your local chemist who may offer a ‘request and collection’ service.

Please do not try to order prescriptions by phone. We ask you to use the re-order slip because it avoids mistakes and also leaves the phone lines free for people calling for appointments or visits. If you have mislaid your repeat prescription to request your medication you can either come down to surgery and we can print your re-order form off for you or you can put your request in writing.

Your prescription will be available within 48 hours (excluding weekends).

Order Repeat Prescriptions Online

You may order repeat prescriptions online via the link at the top of this page.

Bowthorpe Health Centre

If you would like your prescriptions to be sent to our local chemists, Boots in Bowthorpe or Costessey Pharmacy, Norwich Road, Roundwell and One Pharmacy you will need to allow 72 hours (excluding weekends) for them to have received it.

Trinity Street Surgery

If you would like your prescriptions to be sent to our local chemists, Hurns, Unthank Road or Vauxhall Street Pharmacy, Suffolk Square, you will need to allow 72 hours (excluding weekends) for them to have received it.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip.

Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

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