Need a prescription
How to get a prescription
If you think you will need a prescription medicine, you would need to make an appointment with the doctor.
How to get a repeat prescription
If you receive regular medication and are a patient with long term conditions you will be able to receive a repeat by seeing one of our Registered Nurses who will get this signed off by the doctor. Your doctor will decide who can have a repeat prescription. If the doctor decides they would like to see you, it is most likely that from time to time we need your medications reviewed. This is done so to ensure your medication dosage are correct.
You can ask for a repeat prescription by calling us when we are open. Wherever possible please give the exact drug names when placing a repeat.
Please note there will be a charge for these prescriptions, and an extra charge if you require us to fax the script to a pharmacy. We do not post scripts to patients. You are welcome to come in and collect it if you do not want us to fax it to your nearest pharmacy.
Faxing prescriptions to your pharmacy
We can fax your script to the pharmacy of your choice. Please ensure you let us know the name of the pharmacy, fax number and postal address. Please note that most pharmacies will charge you to receive your script this way.
To order a prescription
Using your log in for VENSA you can request a repeat script OR
You may either phone or email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure you have at least 1 weeks supply of your regular medications in-case of emergency.
For repeat prescriptions please have your request in by 12 pm and it will be ready after 3 pm the same working day.