How to order a repeat prescription
Repeat prescriptions will be issued at the doctor’s discretion and are normally for patients on long-term treatment. We cannot take repeat prescription requests over the telephone as this is against national guidelines supplied by the National Health Executive.
Please allow at least 7 days’ notice for repeat medication making allowances for weekends and public holidays.
Please do not allow your medication to run out before making a request.
Ways to Order your Prescription
- Order Repeat Prescriptions Online - Please contact the surgery to register for this service, you will need a valid email address and mobile telephone number. Click here to find out more about our online services. Please contact the surgery to register for this service, you will need a valid email address and mobile telephone number
- Via a Pharmacy of your choice - please enquire at your chosen pharmacy how to proceed with this service if available
- At the Surgery - there is a post box located at the front and back of the surgery, and is clearly signposted
- Via Post - please send your repeat prescription request to the surgery address
We do not accept telephone requests.
Pharmacists are trained experts in the use of medicines. For many questions regarding your medication, you will find your pharmacy a valuable source of information.
- Boots: 23-29 Albion Place Medical Practice, Albion Place, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 5DY. Tel: 01622 690447
- Link Pharmacy: 88a King Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1BH. Tel: 01622 752990
- Boots: 56-62 King St, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1BW. Tel: 01622 690751
- Paydens: 100 Week Street, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1RH. Tel: 01622 752958
- Boots: 18 Fremlin Walk, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1QP. Tel: 01622 663341
If you wish to collect your prescription from a pharmacy different to your nominated pharmacy, please contact us.
Electronic Prescription Service
We prescribe using the NHS Electronic Prescribing System. This means that when we issue a prescription, instead of having a piece of paper that must be taken from the surgery to the pharmacy, the information is sent electronically. This removes the delays that can sometimes happen when at busy times and makes it much easier for patients who use other pharmacies.
If you are on repeat prescriptions, you will periodically be asked to review these medications with a doctor, practice pharmacist or practice nurse. A medication review notification should appear on your repeat slip, or we will let the pharmacist know. This is to keep you safe and make sure this remains the right medication for you.