Repeat Prescriptions


You can request medication that you have had from us previously and that has been agreed as a repeat drug via a number of means:

  • Drop your repeat request form or fill a slip in at reception desk
  • Online via the link at the top of this page (if registered)
  • Post your request slip to us

Allow 48 hours (week day) – though we aim for 24 hours

If expecting the prescription posted back you must enclosed a self-addressed envelope

If you have never had the medication from us previously or the medication is 12 months old or was only intended for one off use, you will need to make an appointment with the doctor.

You can elect to use Boots chemist in the same building. They would accept your repeats, get them filled and prepare them for you to collect two days later.

*On-Line Access through the EMIS ACCESS system is available to all registered patients. However, you require a password and username. These can be obtained from reception.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip.

Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.


The following information is for patients with an established diagnosis of ADHD and who have already been started and stabilised on ADHD medication. Patients who are concerned that they may have ADHD, (but do not have an established diagnosis) should book an ‘ADHD pre-screening appointment’ at the practice.

ADHD medication is a controlled drug which can only be prescribed in primary care under shared care (which means you need to remain under the care of a UK specialist).

Your previous specialist is responsible for providing medication until you have been accepted onto shared care in Nottingham, even if your GP was previously issuing this medication. Please therefore ensure you have an adequate supply of your medication. This is especially important when you are coming to the UK from abroad.

Please book an appointment with a practice Clinical Pharmacist at the practice promptly after you arrive in Nottingham. They will either refer you to the local specialist service or write to your current specialist to set up shared care. If this is not arranged promptly and you run out of medication before you have seen a specialist, your GP may not be able to issue your medication.

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