Requesting A Repeat Prescription
Due to the Coronavirus you can now reorder your medication over the phone after 12pm Monday to Friday
You do not need to see a GP or a Nurse for a repeat prescription, unless you are due a medication review or are concerned about the medications you are on. You can order a repeat prescription by bringing your repeat prescription slip into the surgery or post it in to us.
The NHS prescription charge is a flat-rate amount which successive Governments have thought it reasonable to charge for those who can afford to pay for their medicines. Prescription prepayment certificates (PPCs) offer real savings for people who need extensive medication.
Repeat prescriptions will be issued, normally, for patients on long-term treatment, albeit regular reviews are undertaken. Requests for repeat prescriptions should be left in one of the 'repeat prescription boxes' provided. Please use the repeat slip attached to your last prescription whenever possible.
Repeat prescriptions cannot be requested by telephone.
Please allow at least 2 full working days before collection.
Urgent Medications Supply
Patient can contact 111 - repeat prescriptions (option 2) or access the same service on line HERE seven days a week.
This service is available from all community pharmacies in Sheffield during their opening hours. In an emergency and at the patient request pharmacist can supply a prescription-only medication without a valid prescription to a patient who has previously been prescribed the requested medication.
Pharmacist has to interview the person at the time of the request and is satisfied that there is an immediate need for the medication to be supplied without a delay