Repeat Prescriptions

If you are on regular medication, and need a further supply, you can renew your prescription in any of the following ways:

  • Via email: [email protected]
    • Please include the following:
      • Name
      • Date of Birth
      • Name of the items required and quantity
      • Name and address of the pharmacy you would like them sent to
  • If you have no access to email, we have some slips available to fill in outside of the practice.
  • We no longer accept fax requests.

Please do not telephone us to order a repeat prescription.

Please do not request items unless you have 7 days remaining. If we issue medication early it can lead to shortages for people that need it urgently. If you do require medication early due to: loss or holiday commitments – please include this on your request.

Your prescription will be ready within 2 working days.

Electronic Prescriptions

We now send your prescriptions electronically to the pharmacy of your choice, so that you do not need to come in to the practice to pick it up. Please let the patient care co-ordinator or the doctor know which pharmacy you want it sent to.

Prescription Costs and Exemptions

You can find information about prescription costs and exemptions on the NHS Choices website.

National blood bottle supply shortage – 20 Sept 2021

Urgent message regarding blood tests:


New Patients – 20 Sept 2021

We are happy to register new NHS patients within our practice boundary area:


Patient Journey – 20 Sept 2021

Due to the ongoing issues surrounding Coronavirus we have had to adapt the way in which we operate. To help patients understand how we now operate, we have created a guide to the processes that take place in the practice: Patient Journey


Ordering repeat prescriptions – 20 Sept 2021

If you would like to order a repeat prescription, please do so by emailing your request to the practice on [email protected]. Alternatively, please speak to your pharmacist who will be able to make the request for you. If you are not sure about your list of medications, please look at the paper that comes with your medication – the list will be there. Your pharmacist will also be able to give you a list. Patients are no longer able to order repeat prescriptions directly through the website. This is a patient safety measure, to make sure that all requests are properly checked before the medication is authorised. We do not accept requests by telephone, again, for reasons of patient safety


Think COVID! – 20 Sept 2021

Every day we receive a significant number of calls from patients experiencing cough symptoms or fever who are not thinking that they have COVID because their symptoms are not severe. Unlike what may come across in the news and media, most people with COVID will have mild or moderate symptoms. So please, if you have a new cough or fever, no matter how mild, or a loss in your sense of taste or smell, think COVID, isolate at home and arrange a COVID test. You may have only one of those symptoms – for example, just a fever, and still have COVID.


Further advice about managing your symptoms can be found at or by calling 111.


Coronavirus vaccination – 20 Sept 2021

We are receiving many telephone queries about coronavirus vaccinations. These are being offered for residents of Oxford city in a number of sites across the city, rather than at individual practices. We do not have vaccines at the surgery. Our patients will be invited to receive a vaccine in line with a priority list set out by the national body responsible for vaccination. We cannot change the order. Please be patient – you will receive your invitation in due course when it is your turn.


Coronavirus vaccination for health care staff and social care workers – 20 Sept 2021

If you are a health care worker and your employer has not already made arrangements for you to receive a COVID vaccine, please email your details to [email protected] with details of your role, and your employer. This information will be coded and passed to the relevant bodies who are organising vaccines for staff.


COVID self-isolation rules – 20 Sept 2021

If you have symptoms of COVID, you should start to self-isolate and arrange for a test. You should remain in self-isolation from the day your symptoms started and the next 10 full days. Your household members must also self-isolate for 10 days from the start of your symptoms. They should not get a test unless they have symptoms. A negative test during their period of isolation does not mean that your contacts can return to work or normal activities. If you still feel unwell at the end of 10 days, you should seek medical advice, and not return to work. You may return to work if your only symptoms are cough or loss of sense of smell. The full guidance can be found here


Do you need practical help? – 20 Sept 2021

Are you worried about receiving your medication or about getting food during the coronavirus lockdown? Are you worried about a neighbour or a relative?

Voluntary support may be obtained through You can register yourself or a relative or someone you are concerned about for support. The council has a coronavirus helpline which can be found at or by calling 01865 249 811