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43 Dura StDundee, DD4 6SWTel: 01382 451100
If the doctor decides to put you on the repeat prescribing system you will be issued with a computer slip giving details of your medication.
If you are unable to hand in your slip to the practice, you can use our online prescription service. You will need to register for this. The link to access the service is https://www.patient-services.co.uk/register.
Staff are unable to take your repeat prescription over the telephone as this holds up the lines and may prevent access to an emergency call.
Please note: these methods are only for medications shown on your reorder slip. For anything else please contact reception on 01382 451100. We are unable to issue any early medication using the repeat prescribing system but reception staff will be able to advise you further should you need to order your medication early.
Repeat medication will be reviewed by a doctor at least once a year.
Please allow 48 working hours for prescriptions to be processed. If you are using a local pharmacy to collect the prescription, please allow 72 working hours.
To bring your repeat medication into line so that you are ordering everything together, you can download the form below and drop it in to the practice.