We are now sending all prescription requests straight to a nominated pharmacy so please tell us which pharmacy you use when requesting any medication. You will then be able to go straight to the pharmacy to collect any items rather that having to come to the surgery.
If your doctor wants you to take a medication regularly they will add this to your “repeat list”. Any medications listed on the right hand side of a prescription are those that are on your “repeat list”. Your pharmacist will give this part back to you when you hand a prescription in to be dispensed.
To order a medication from your “repeat list” you can:
Use online Patient Access
You can register for online access which will allow you to use the internet or an app on your smartphone (Apple or Android) to order medication on your repeat
To register for the online service, you must first request your unique registration form with your individual access codes from reception. You can then use this to register by clicking the link below to access the registration page. Once set up up you will have full access to this service.
Phone our practice number 0141 776 8200 and select our prescription line from the options (you can now leave requests even when the surgery is closed). Please give your name, date of birth, your nominated pharmacy, and list the medication and dose you need.
Use the order form from your “repeat list”
Simply tick the box next to the items you need from your “repeat list” and place it in our prescription box. This is on the right hand wall as you enter the building.
Arrange for your pharmacist to order and collect your prescription from our surgery
We can post a prescription to you if you provide a stamped addressed envelope. Please do not make an appointment simply to obtain a prescription for items on your repeat list.
Items not on your repeat list
If you would like a medication again that is not on your repeat list you may need to see your GP. If you don’t think this is needed you can place a “special request” by either phoning our prescription line or completing an order slip available at
our reception desk. A doctor will check your notes and issue a prescription if appropriate. You may be asked to make an appointment with a GP if they think you should be seen first.
PLEASE ALLOW UP TO 3 WORKING DAYS for prescriptions to be issued, checked and signed by your doctor.