Order Repeat Prescriptions

You can order repeat prescriptions in the following ways:


Order through the NHS App

You can use the NHS App to see your available medicines, request a new repeat prescription and choose a pharmacy for your prescriptions to be sent to.

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Order using eConsult

You can order your Repeat Prescriptions on eConsult.


Urgent Prescriptions

For urgent medication request please call the practice at 020 7837 2020 and we process them as soon as possible.

For non-urgent medication requests, we will be processing them with 3 working days. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in allowing us sufficient time to fulfill these requests efficiently while maintaining the quality of our services.


Pharmacy / in Writing

We offer two convenient options for ordering your repeat prescriptions: through a pharmacy or in writing.

You can choose to order your repeat prescriptions through a pharmacy of your choice. Simply visit or contact your preferred pharmacy, and they will assist you in placing your order. They will then liaise with us to ensure a seamless prescription fulfillment process.

In Writing:
If you prefer, you can order your repeat prescriptions in writing. Please write down your prescription request, including your full name, date of birth, the names of the medications, and the dosage instructions. You can drop off the written request at our reception desk or send it to us via post.

Variable medication

We’ve noticed that occasionally pharmacies receive requests for medications that might not be necessary at the moment. When you’re placing an order for your regular medication, please take a moment to let your pharmacy know about any ‘when required’ medications you currently need. This simple step can help minimize unnecessary wastage.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Questions about your prescription

If you have questions about your medication, your local pharmacists can answer your questions on prescription and over-the-counter medicines.

If your medicine is out of date, unwanted, or some of it is left over after you have stopped taking it, do not put it in your household bin or flush it down the toilet. Instead, take it to your pharmacy to be disposed of safely