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REPEAT MEDICATIONS

....No one knows what you need better than you.....so please help save wasted medications by ordering medications yourself and only what you need. 

If you are not registered with patient access online please fill in the online access form which can be found here and bring it to reception with Photo ID to get your password to allow you to log in online .

Do you have a smart phone? Download the patient access app here...order your prescriptions when on the go! 


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Requesting a repeat prescription

For legal reasons we are unable to take requests for repeat prescriptions over the telephone. You may order repeats in one of the following ways.

  • Using the Electronic Prescriptions Service (EPS)
  • Registering with patient access and you can order your prescriptions online. You can either pick up the prescriptions yourself or ask for it to be sent electronically to a local pharmacy if you wish
  • By leaving or sending the right hand side of your repeat prescription to the surgery. You will need to indicate which medications you need. Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope if you require us to send it to you.
  • In person at the surgery by completing a written request form available at reception.

You must allow two working days notice for prescriptions to be prepared.  We are unable to accommodate requests for same day prescriptions except in an emergency. You will be asked to complete a special request form in writing in these circumstances.

Please see Harrow CCGs latest information here


Hay fever Medication

If you are known to have hay fever and have had medication prescribed by us before, you can request more by printing and completing the form below. Please post into the repeat prescription box and we will process this in 2 working days. 

Hay fever treatment request form

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