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On an annual (or occasionally 6 monthly) basis the clinic will need to update your list of prescribed medication on your medical records. Is the medicine list accurate? Do you need all the medicines?  This is known as the medication review.
Sometimes, if the list is a simple one, the doctor may choose to update from your most recent consultation, or Hospital correspondence. You won’t be contacted, but you will be able to continue requesting the same medication for the next 12 months. Alternatively, you will receive a text, or note attached to your prescription, asking you to book a routine appointment with a Doctor before your next prescription is due.

We will continue to issue repeat prescriptions for a patient’s regular medication, which have already been agreed with the Doctor, without attending for a consultation, subject to an  up-to-date Medication Review. Any alterations to your routine prescribed medication must be discussed with a Doctor, and both the clinic and your pharmacist should be made aware of these changes. There may be a small charge for this service.

  1. In Person : Complete a Repeat Prescription request form and leave in to reception.
  2. By Post : Post in a completed Repeat Prescription request form. Please include SAE for return.
  3. Via Email: send in a completed Repeat prescription request form.

There is now a new secure e-mail facility (‘Healthmail‘) which enables GPs to e-mail prescriptions directly to the patient’s pharmacy of choice. Should you wish to  avail of this service, please ensure that you notify us of your chosen pharmacy when submitting a prescription request.



Prescriptions will be ready for collection from the clinic or will be emailed to your chosen pharmacy within 2 working days of request.
(See table below)

Request Received:

Script Ready By:

Always remember to keep medicines out of the reach of children, and in a cool, dry place. Remember medicine goes out of date! If you have regular medicines from your doctor on a repeat prescription, only order what you need, so that you don’t keep too many at home.
Take all old and unwanted medicine back to your pharmacy:
Each year people are harmed or killed by accidentally poisoning themselves with medicines. Don’t be a statistic…
Why can’t I throw my medicines away myself?
By throwing your old medicines into the rubbish bin or down the toilet you can affect the ecology of the water system. If everyone threw their old
medicines away, the environment would become polluted by all the antibiotics, hormones and other drugs in your medicine cupboard.
Why should I bring my medicines back to the Pharmacist?
So that unwanted medicine can be disposed of in a safe way. All returned medicines will be incinerated.
Will my medicines be recycled?
No, definitely not. Your old medicines will be incinerated and not reused or recycled in any way.
Will my old medicines go to third world countries?
No, for many reasons this is impossible. It is not possible to predict the need of the population to which they would be sent. Also, the identity,
quality or security of the medicines cannot be guaranteed.
When can I take my medicines into the Pharmacy?
At any time (according to opening hours) you can take your old medicines into your local Pharmacy, for safe disposal.


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