Ordering a Repeat Prescription

If you have been asked to self-isolate, and do not have access to a computer you can phone the surgery after 11 a.m. The reception tream will be pleased to asist you in ordering your medication. Please note, we cannot accept prescription requests over the telephone for those who are able to use the NHS app or SystmOnline services as this will overwhelm our telephone lines. Please use these services responsibly.


Problems ordering your prescription online?  

If you are unable to request your medication using the NHS App or SystmOnline, please click on the button below to request your medication:


If you are requesting Contraceptive medication hilst the eConsult service is not available, please click on the button below to request this:




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Order your repeat prescription online at a time that suits you.

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Repeat Prescriptions

There will be some slight changes to the way repeat prescription are ordered. Prescriptions need to be  requested electrionically and we still require 3 working days for us to have your prescription ready for the pharmacy. 

Please download the NHS app or access SystmOnline above to be able to order your prescriptions directly from us electronically. 

As you will not be able to come to the surgery to collect your prescription up will be asked to nominate a pharmacy for receipt of your electronic prescription.

Repeat Prescription

Requests should be made in good time so that you do not run out of your medication, but not too early or they cannot be issued.

All prescriptions are available 72 hours (3 working days) after request. Remember to allow extra time at weekends and bank holidays, when the surgery is closed.

If you run out of your medicines outside normal opening hours and need some urgently, there are a few ways to get an emergency supply quickly, including if you're away from home.


Do not stockpile medication by requesting more medication than you would normally need. If you are unable to use the NHS app or use SystmOnline to order medication, please fill out an e-Consult request. You could ask a family member or relative to complete an e-Consult request on your behalf.


If you already have a prescription and urgently need the medicines, try the following steps:

  • If your local pharmacy is closed, use the NHS pharmacy service search to find other nearby pharmacies and their opening hours. Some are open until midnight or even later, even on public holidays.
  • If you would prefer to speak to someone first, call 111 free of charge on your mobile or landline. The person you speak to will also be able to look up an out-of-hours pharmacy or service in your area for you.

Medication reviews

Your medication will be reviewed annually by your registered GP. They will contact you if there are any issues they would like to discuss with you. The following drugs are some of those we may want to discuss so take some time to think about them in advance.

Are you taking an Opiod (like Co-codamol, codeine, dihydrocodeine or tramadol)?  Find out why these drugs may be causing you more harm than good.

View the leaflet on why your GP may want to reduce painkillers on the Hampshire and Isle of Wight website

Are you taking a benzodiazepine or  z-drug?  Visit the following link to find out how you might gradually reduce your dose.

Should I stop my benzodiazepine or z-drug?

If you would like any help from the surgery with the above please contact us using an eConsult