We run a computerised prescription service. Requests need to be made in writing either on your request form (tick the items you require) or on a piece of paper with your name, address and date of birth and the items you require.
You may obtain your repeat prescription by:
- handing in your prescription repeat slip to the receptionist
- by posting it to the surgery with an SAE
- by faxing your request to us on 01273 671128
- Online via the link at the top of this page. (In order to request repeat medication online you must have previously obtained the necessary access codes. Please ask at reception for details.)
We do not accept telephone requests for prescriptions.
Once we have received the request it will take two full working days to be processed. We do not work Saturdays, Sundays or bank holidays. Once the prescription has been processed you can collect it from the surgery.
Alternatively, we can send it back to you or a chemist if you include a stamped addressed envelope with your request.
We do not fax prescriptions to chemists unless it is a medical emergency.
Your GP will want to review you regularly while you are on medication. There is a review date on the repeat medication form. If this is overdue we may send you a reminder message to ask you to make an appointment to see your doctor as soon as possible. It may not be possible for us to issue more medication unless you have seen your doctor.
Chemist Collection Services
Various chemists have a prescription collection service from the surgery:
- ASDA - Brighton Marina
- Boots - St James' Street
- IV Jones - St James' Street
- Lloyds - Arundel Road
- Lloyds - Whitehawk
- Stephen Bower - St James' Street
- Boots – North Street
- Watts – 110 Dyke Road
- O’Flinns – Islingword Road
- Ashton’s – 98 Dyke Road
- Weston’s – Coombe Terrace
- MOT – Coombe Terrace
- Elm Grove Pharmacy – Elm Grove
- Healthy U – Saltdean
- Kamson's - Whitehawk
Contact the chemist for more details on their service.
If you have any problems or queries about your medication you should make an appointment with your usual doctor to discuss this or you could contact your local pharmacist and he/she will also advise you.