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Repeat Prescriptions

For those who have not registered for online Repeat Prescriptions (see above), we urge you to try this as it is  the most efficient way to request a repeat but if you have not done this , you may request a repeat prescription in the following ways:

Register for online services which will allow you to book appointments on line and will also make ordering repeat prescriptions very simple. This is our preferred means of patients ordering repeat prescriptions. Click here for more details about registering.

You can also still do the following:

    • Use the tear off slip on your prescription and either:

    • Fax: 0208 870 9518

    • Post to: Brocklebank Group Practice, Brocklebank Health Centre, 249 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4DU

    • Hand in at reception

    • Leave with a local pharmacist

Please only order the items you need to prevent waste.

Your prescription will be available for collection after 1 working day excluding weekends and Bank Holiday (providing there are no queries or problems with medication) either at the surgery, or from the pharmacy you have nominated. We will post the prescription to you if you provide a stamped self-addressed envelope.

Please ensure that the review date on your current prescription has not expired. If it has, please make a telephone consultation or an appointment for a review. If you are unsure as to whether a review is needed, please make a telephone consultation with a GP or the nurse.

If you have passed the medication review date without having your review you risk not being able to get your medications until the review is done. Please help the doctor to keep a check on your condition by contacting the surgery when requested.

The GP may need to contact you about your repeat prescription, please ensure that we have an up to date telephone number where we can contact you when you request a prescription.

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