Repeat Prescriptions

You can request that regular medication is placed on repeat prescription. The doctor may allow you to have a number of repeat prescriptions without being seen although you will need to be reviewed by a doctor at least once a year.

Ways to order repeat medication:

  • In Person - tick the items required on the right hand side of the order form from your last repeat prescription (or fill out a request form available in the surgery) then post in box in foyer.  
  • By telephone - ring 01482 335300 then option 2 (between 9:30am and 12:30pm only)
  • Online – via the link at the top of this page.

Please allow at least 2 working days before collecting your prescription

For your convenience we can also post prescriptions to you if you leave us a stamped addressed envelope.

We have a Boots Pharmacy on-site where you can collect your prescriptions conveniently, as you leave the surgery.

Most local pharmacies offer a collection service whereby they will call here at the surgery to collect prescriptions. Some even offer a delivery service for you. Please contact your local pharmacy to arrange this service.

Wolseley Medical Centre now use the

Electronic Prescription Service


The Electronic Prescription Service allows your prescription to be sent electronically to a pharmacy of your choice.


To sign up, you need to speak to your preferred pharmacy and complete a form to confirm that they can receive your prescription directly.


Once you have signed up, your chosen pharmacy will receive your prescription electronically and you will not have to pick up your paper prescription from us.


If you have already nominated a pharmacy, your prescription will be sent to them electronically unless you tell us otherwise. If you need to obtain a paper prescription for any reason, just let us know at the time of ordering.


This service is optional and you can continue to collect paper prescriptions as you do now if you prefer.


For more information, please speak to your pharmacist.

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