HOW DO I....
Obtain A Repeat Prescription?
Patients on regular medication will be issued with a repeat prescription slip. This should be brought in or posted to the surgery at least two working days before you require your next repeat prescription. (Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope if you wish us to post it.)
If your request is handwritten, please include your full name and address in block capitals, thank you.
Requests can also be accepted by email to wkccg.CMC@nhs.net.
Repeat prescription requests cannot be accepted over the telephone.
Please allow at least two working days before you need your next prescription if you're collecting it from us, or three working days if it's going to a pharmacy.
NEW: Requesting repeat medication is being made easier with the introduction of Patient Access. Instead of filling in online forms or bringing in your repeat slips to the surgery, you can register to use this online service where your repeat medication is listed & you tick the items you require. Please follow the link below for further information.
Introducing Patient Access Online Services
Book Appointments, Order Repeat Prescriptions and Update Personal Information Online
Click here for more information
Clanricarde Medical Centre offers our patients the opportunity to receive practice correspondence by email.
Click here to read more.
Electronic Prescription Service
If you would like to take advantage of this service, please fill in the form, by clicking this link, to nominate the Pharmacy you wish to use. Please return your completed form as soon as possible to your Pharmacy or to us.
Most pharmacies collect from the surgery, enabling you to collect your medication directly from them, saving you a journey to the surgery. Some pharmacies will deliver your medication to you if you are housebound. Please check with them first before requesting this service on your repeat slip. Pre-payment certificates are now available from most pharmacies.
You need to see your doctor at least once a year for a medication review if you take regular medication.
General enquiries - it would be helpful if you could telephone between our less busy times of 11.00am - 12.30pm and 2.00 - 3.00pm.