Patients who are prescribed
regular prescriptions for a pre-diagnosed condition should
prescriptions as follows:
- You should mark the retained part of your script, identifying which
medication you wish
repeated, and post it in the box near the main entrance
at the ground floor reception area.
- You may post the pre-printed ‘repeat’ form from your prescription through
post slot at the front of St. Clements building.
- You may send the pre-printed ‘repeat’ form either by post or fax 01962
- You may submit an electronic request via
Online Repeat Prescription Ordering Form
St. Clements has introduced a new Online Prescription / Appointment Booking service.
We aim to transfer to our new online service as soon as
all patients have registered with the new service. Please register using
(click to download) which must be handed to Reception with photographic
ID, such as a passport or photo driving licence.
For those of you who have registered for Vision Online prescription
ordering please link here:
- Your local pharmacist may
provide a collection service for repeat prescriptions.
On completion of a
form at our Reception, prescriptions can be collected from the surgery
local Chemist, of your choice. Please ask the Receptionist for a form if you
would like to take advantage of this service.
Please allow 5 working days
for dispensing, from receipt of your request at the Surgery. For
medico-legal reasons and to ensure patient safety, we do not accept
prescription requests over the telephone*. The practice produces on average
300 repeat prescriptions per day. This number increases prior to public
holidays. If patients telephone regarding their prescriptions, those in
urgent need to speak to a doctor or a nurse may have difficulty getting
Please use the other means of requesting your repeat prescription
and plan in advance to allow this process to be undertaken in a clinically
safe and timely way.
Please register via this link to provide the practice with useful feedback on our service delivery.
Please go to
www.tpollregistration.com/StClements to take the first steps.