Repeat Prescriptions

If you are on regular long-term medication, you will be issued with a computer-printed prescription. It is likely you will be asked to see a doctor or practice nurse at regular intervals so your condition can be reviewed. You will be given a computer list of your medication to make reordering easier.

We require 48 hours’ notice for repeat prescriptions.

• Prescriptions can be ordered at reception; we also accept fax and postal requests.

• Telephone requests may be accepted after 1.00pm. You may be asked to call back if the reception staff are extremely busy.

• If you would like your prescription posted to you, please enclose a stamped addressed envelope.

• Order early to allow for possible postal delays, especially at times of bank and public holidays.

• Most pharmacies operate a prescription order and collection service; ask for details at your local chemist.

Please let us know if you have had your treatment altered following a hospital visit, as they do not always inform us.


On-Site Pharmacy

We have Collins Pharmacy (Nottingham) Ltd, T/A Turners Pharmacy on-site, occupying purpose-built premises at the surgery and providing pharmaceutical services. These include dispensing prescriptions, provision of advice on minor ailments and supplying over-the-counter medicines under the Pharmacy First scheme. A medicines use review is available to patients with chronic illnesses and on long-term medication.

They also offer a prescription collection and delivery service.