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Repeat Prescriptions


Repeat prescriptions are issued at your doctor's discretion and are normally for patients who are on long term medication.

Step 1: Requesting your medication:

  • You can order your repeat prescription directly through this site. Click on the link above and complete the simple registration form.
  • Via the pharmacy.
  • Via your prescription slip submitted into The Limes reception, via post or fax your prescription slip to us on 01992 566503 for Epping, Theydon Bois or North Weald patients. For Waltham Abbey patients please fax your prescription slip to us on 01992 763866. 

Step 2: Practice Process Request

Step 3: Either

  • A printed script can be collected at The Limes and taken to your normal pharmacist.
  • If you have signed a nomination form at the pharmacy of your choice your script will be sent electronically to that pharmacy.

Online Repeat Prescriptions

Adding more than one patient to an account

A few patients have recently been asking if more than one patient can order repeat prescriptions via our online service using one email account, so for example a husband and wife.

The good news is as many people, in your household, can register to our online repeat prescription service using just one email account. On the repeat prescription front page, click on the drop down box next to the 'patient:' section and choose 'New Patient'. All you need to do now is complete all patient details and then click on Step 2: 'Required Medication' and complete these details. You are now ready to either send the request or save for later. Each patient only has their own medication shown under their name.

For each new patient you would like to register to this account please follow the same procedure.

Repeat prescriptions can now be ordered by logging in and choosing the relevant person from the drop down box next to the 'Patient:' section.

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