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Order Your Repeat Prescription Online
Patients will automatically re-directed to the new website. ** Please note you may experience difficulties accessing the practice server between 10pm and 1am due to other processes running on the practice server. The error displayed will say the practice is unavailable. **
Requests for repeat prescriptions should be made in 48 hours in advance using one of the following methods:
Please note the practice will be closed on Public Holidays. Please see list of Public Holidays under the Opening hours section.
We cannot accept requests over the telephone due to the risks involved.
Ordered prescriptions will be available in the chemist of your choice within 48 hours of your request. If a prescription is requested on a Friday afternoon the prescription will not be available until Tuesday.
Following the introduction of the gluten free food ordering form in May 2013, NHS Scotland has established a Scottish Gluten-free Food Service from February 2014.
You will now be able to get gluten-free products direct from your local pharmacy without having to submit a form to get a prescription from your GP practice.
You will need a registration form, completed and signed by your GP, which you then take to your local pharmacy
Gluten-free products can then be requested from the NHS Lanarkshire preferred list directly from the pharmacy you have registered with.
If you have any concerns or questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact reception for more details or discuss it with your pharmacist.
Please allow 48 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.
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