There are several methods of ordering your repeat prescriptions:
- You can now request a repeat prescription by clicking on the links above.
- Or you can drop your prescription request into the surgery using the red prescription box on the left hand side in the foyer.
- You can sign up for repeat prescribing with your local pharmacy.
- By post - please enclose a stamped addressed envelope with your repeat prescription and the items you need clearly ticked.
Remember, an approach through your normal chemist is often the easiest way for you to arrange the prescription.
PLEASE ALLOW 48 WORKING HOURS FOR YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO BE READY FOR COLLECTION OR DELIVERY TO A PHARMACY
PATIENT ONLINE ACCESS
You can now access our clinical system to order repeat medication as well as booking and cancelling telephone appointments with your GP. Please note: Before you are able to use this service you must request access to your personal registration information.
If you wish to register with SystmOnline please click here to download the registration form or please come to the Surgery and ask at reception for details of how to register. After signing the declaration form not to abuse or misuse the service and after providing photo identification i.e. Driving Licence, Passport or any other photo identification with your full name, you will be given paperwork with your unique registration details. To login, follow the simple instructions below. After being issued with your new password, please allow 2 hours before logging in.
Click on https://systmonline.tpp-uk.com/ and enter the login and password obtained from the surgery, then follow the instructions. You may wish to change your password to something more memorable. You can now use our online service.
At present you will only be able to book telephone appointments with your usual GP, but you will be offered a variety of dates and times to suit your commitments. If this time is not convenient, you are able to cancel this appointment and re-book another time slot. Repeat medication prescribing can be done using the medication as set up on your medical record.