Prescription Ordering System
Please click here to order your prescription online. (You need to have already registered for our online service)
If you have not yet registered for our online system then please do so by contacting the practice.
Please note that we now use electronic prescribing now, all routine prescriptions are sent electronically to your preferred ("nominated") pharmacy.
Getting your medicines if there's a no-deal Brexit
The following information is taken from the NHS Choices website:
The government is working closely with the NHS and suppliers to make sure medicines and medical products continue to be available in all scenarios.
Please keep ordering your repeat prescriptions and taking your medicines as normal.
We will keep you informed if there are any changes.
It's very important you don't order more medicines than normal. If you do, then it may mean that other people won't be able to get their medicines. To continue reading on NHS CHoices website click here
Information leaflet about repeat medications
Patients on long-term (repeat) medication can order repeat prescriptions in a number of ways:
- Online – This is the safest and most efficient way to order your repeat prescriptions. Please visit or call us to register for the service and get your username & password, after which you can order via the link at the top of this page.
- By Hand – alternatively, drop your repeat slip at reception or our post box with your required items ticked. Please order using the repeat slip which is attached to your previous prescription - your pharmacist will give it to you when you collect your medication. If they do not then please ask them.
- Via your usual pharmacist - who will be pleased to order on your behalf. You should let them know each month what items you require, and they will do the rest. Your pharmacy should not order for you automatically without asking your needs first.
Once we have received your request, please allow two working days (48 working hours) for prescriptions to be processed and ready for collection, and come in after 4pm. We are now using electronic prescriptions, not printed green paper ones any more. So most prescriptions will go directly to your nominated pharmacy from where you can collect your items (although there are a few exceptions to this).
We will ask to see you periodically to review your condition and medication. Please attend for review when asked to do so as any delay may affect future prescriptions.
All routine prescriptions are now sent electronically to your nominated pharmacy. We prefer this because it is safer, it avoids common errors, it save us a lot of time, and it save you time collecting your prescription. You can nominate any pharmacy at all in Leeds or indeed in the country!
Please tell us your preferred (nominated) pharmacy, even if you do not have a regular repeat prescription. That way, the next time the GP prescribes you any one-off medication, your records will already be up to date and ready for the electronic prescription to be issued.
Nominate the pharmacy near your workplace - collect it in your lunch break. Nominate the pharmacy in your supermarket and collect when you do your shopping. Nominate the pharmacy which has the most convenient parking. We've had patients phone us from holiday elsewhere in the UK who require their medication and who temporarily nominate the pharmacy in their holiday destination! Their prescription is available within minutes of us electronically signing it.