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Repeat Prescriptions


Please be aware that this service has recently changed.

From 1st May 2017 you will not be able to order the prescriptions using the link above.

You will need to register for online patient services - please ask reception for further details.

You will be pleased to know that this is a new website service and registering is much easier than before as it is one simple form that needs completing. 

This service will enable you to book and cancel an appointment online, request repeat medication, update your contact details etc. 

If you only want the ability to make appointment online you do not have to wait for any registration form as you can sign up immediately by going to the new website at and choosing Register tab.


Hampton Medical Centre offers patients the convenience of having their repeat medication issued without being seen by a doctor, and ready to pick up, usually within two working days.

Please note, that in order to keep things simple, and avoid misplaced re-order forms or prescriptions, patients need to be aware of the following:

  • If you hand in a request for medication into Hampton Medical Centre, the signed prescription will need to be picked up from Hampton Medical Centre.
  • If you hand in your re-order form to your local pharmacy, it should be picked up from there. This will usually take more than 2 working days.

Patients can also now order repeat prescriptions online via the link at the top of this page. First time users are required to complete a simple registration. To avoid errors prescription requests will not be taken over the phone.

Prescriptions must be collected during the week – Monday to Friday only! If you are ringing for a prescription query please ring after 10.0 am. If you have requested a new item or changed dosage, please ring the next day to check if your new item is accepted by the doctor.

However you can sign up for Electronic Prescription Service [ EPS ] where you nominate a pharmacy of your choice [ this is done by your chosen pharmacy ] there by the prescriptions go straight to the pharmacy electronically.

Your must see a doctor if you need to have your repeat prescription renewed. 


With all medications and items needed for optimal everyday health, please ensure that you plan ahead, so that if your medication is due to run out soon, you must send in a re-order form, or book an appointment to see a GP to have your prescription updated. Please allow plenty of time before you run-out of your medication!


Pharmacists & Reviews

You may be able to collect your medicine straight from the pharmacy every month if your condition is stable and your medicines stay the same.

You may be able to save time when ordering your prescription, by ordering between 3-12 months supplies from your GP and picking up monthly supplies from your regular pharmacy. You will still be able to see your doctor or nurse when you need to.

In time your GP or pharmacist will be able to ensure that you have an equal supply of all your medicines, meaning that you finish them all at the same time. Your GP or pharmacist will be able to review the medicines that you take on a more regular basis. This will mean that you do not take medicines that you no longer need and wastage will be reduced considerably. If your medication is changed, less medicine will need to be thrown away.

If you have any questions or concerns, discuss them with your pharmacist or GP.

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