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Please Note - We have been instructed by NHS England that we must not issue prescriptions early or in larger quantities because of Brexit concerns and we will be abiding by this instruction.

If you have registered with Patient Access : click here to order your prescription. 

If you have not already done so please sign up for Patient Access : Registration 

For more information about the new online services offered at St Katherines Surgery click here.

Repeat Prescriptions


pills2Requests for repeat prescriptions should be made online via the Patient Access website or by handing in the repeat computer slip. 


Prescription requests take up to 3 working days to process - please allow plenty of time.


If you wish for your prescription to go directly to a local pharmacy please indicate this on the request slip.


You can also request a repeat prescription in the following ways:


  • Post with SAE
  • Via reception
  • Leave your request in the surgery post box


Please note: to avoid errors repeat prescription requests are not taken over the telephone.


 Electronic Prescribing System


The Electronic Prescribing System (EPS) is an NHS Service which gives you the chance to change how we send your prescription to the place from where you choose to collect your medications or appliances.  


This means that we will be able to send your prescriptions to the pharmacy of your choosing - so you will no longer need to come to the Surgery to collect it.


When you sign up for EPS you will need to nominate  a pharmacy.  This could be either Boots or Day Lewis in Ledbury, or you could nominate a pharmacy in the town or city where you work.  This means it will be easier for those who work away from Ledbury to collect their prescriptions at a time and location more convenient to them.  


You can nominate a pharmacy at St Katherines Surgery, or at the pharmacy of your choosing. 

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