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You can order your repeat prescription directly through My Health On Line. Follow the links on our home page and complete the registration requirements.
Once you have completed the registration process you can click on the above link to take you to the My Health On Line login page.
You can also order your repeat medication by completing the slip attached to your prescription and delivering it to the surgery. It can be posted through the letterbox at the main entrance.
Many community pharmacies offer ordering and collection services which you are able to use if you wish. They should confirm with you each month which medication you require and can then order and collect it on your behalf. Contact your local pharmacy to ask if they offer this service. During the recent Pandemic, we are encouraging patients to order through their pharmacy to avoid them attending the surgery unless it is absolutely necessary.
Prescriptions ordered via all methods take 72 hours to process (excluding weekends and bank holidays) - patients should note that weekends and bank holidays are non-working days. We would normally not issue repeat prescription medication in no longer than 28 day intervals - this is following Cardiff Local Health Board guidelines and is for safety reasons.
Please allow 72 hours, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays, for your request to be processed. Any problems please telephone the surgery.