Ordering a repeat prescription


Order your repeat prescription online at a time that suits you.

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Repeat Prescriptions

  • Via Writing, Post or Fax

Repeat prescriptions must be ordered in writing or by fax.

Prescriptions can be sent by post if a stamped addressed envelope is provided.

  • Via Email

You can also email us your request on pembridge.prescription@nhs.net

  • Via Online Service

You can sign up to the online services here. If you are already signed up to online service please log in here

Please view this guide for further information

Guide to Online Prescription Ordering

Repeat Prescription

Please allow 48 hours for collection.

We do not take orders via telephone.


Electronic Prescription Service

From 11th September 2015 we will be able to send prescriptions electronically to your nominated pharmacy and you will be able to collect your medicine directly from the chemist. If you wish to use this facility then please make sure to tell us who your nominated pharmacy is.

For more information please click here


'Prescribing Wisely' is an initiative that has been created to help reduce medication waste and reserve resources within the NHS. 

Be self-care aware

Your local NHS spent £13 million last year on medicines and products that can easily be bought in community pharmacies. By buying some of these medicines and products rather than getting them on prescription you are helping your NHS save money. So if the medicine you need can be bought without a prescription, your GP may ask if you are willing to buy it. Your local community pharmacist can advise on medicines that are available to buy.

Practices across North West London no longer routinely prescribe medicines which are available to buy over the counter in pharmacies, supermarkets or other shops. If the medicine you need today can be bought without a prescription, we may ask if you are willing to buy it.

For more information on Prescribing Wisely please use the links below: