You can get a repeat prescription by:
- Placing a repeat prescription request form (ie the green tear off slip on the reverse of your prescription) into the red repeat prescribing box, or hand in to reception. If you do not have a repeat request form, please ensure that your name, address and the items you require are clearly indicated in your note/letter.
- Ordering via your online account
If you do not have an online account and would like to set one up, please drop in at reception.
We do not accept repeat prescriptions over the phone.
In order to process the large number of requests each day, please note that 48 hours notice is required for repeat prescription requests.
The schedule for ordering and collection is therefore:
Download Information for Airmid App
Apple Phones – Airmid UK on the App Store (apple.com)
Other Phones – Airmid UK – Apps on Google Play
Airmid helps you manage your personal health record and connects you to online services offered by GP practices and other NHS organisations. This app will provide updates surrounding your prescription requests and you will be able to see when Harewood clinicians have issued your prescription and which pharmacy this has been sent to including the bar code reference for the particular prescription. This should reduce the requirement to contact our practice directly for updates with regards to your prescription requests. This app also provides detailed information surrounding your medical record, health care and any upcoming appointments and we encourage you to download this app for your convenience.
Your GP practice supports a medicines management review service of medications prescribed to its patients. This service involves a review of prescribed medications to ensure patients receive the most appropriate, up to date and cost-effective treatments. This service is provided by qualified and registered healthcare professionals from within the GP practice, our NHS Primary Care Network, NHS North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group or by external partners approved by the GP practice. Patient identifiable information does not leave the practice system but is accessed to ensure only appropriate clinical recommendations or decisions are made for each patient. Each patient can opt out of (or back into) the practice using their data for anything other than specified purposes or where there is a lawful requirement to do so.