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Repeat Prescriptions

ADVICE FOR PATIENTS - starting from 1st February 2017 the following products will NOT be available on prescription in Kirklees;

  • Sunscreen for skin protection from UV radiation
  • Cream for unwanted facial hair and other products that are mainly for cosmetic purposes
  • Emollients (moisturiser) for minor skin conditions
  • Camouflage products e.g. make-up for port wine stain birthmarks
  • Multivitamins, where no specific deficiency has been identified
  • Soya and thickened infant formula (baby milk)
  • Infant formula (baby milk) for lactose intolerance
  • Gluten-free food

NHS advice for patients

If you want to talk to someone about local NHS prescribing , please contact:

Patient Advice & Liaison Service

NHS Greater Huddersfield CCG

Tel: 01484 464222




How to Order your repeat Medication?

To improve the safety of our prescription ordering - we do not allow routine ordering of medications over the phone. We do however allow exceptions for individuals who are housebound and have no access to online services. Highlighted below are the options for requesting medication:

  • Online - register for online request of repeat medications and appointments

  • Once you have online access, you can use the patient access app to request your medication - see leaflet how repeat prescriptions will change

  • Written request (posted or left in our medication request box)

  • Pharmacy Phone App - see leaflet how repeat prescriptions will change

  • Setting up repeat dispensing, so that you don't have to order your medications any more!


multicolour_pillsPlease note that for your safety, we can not take verbal requests for any medication over the phone or in person, please write down what you need and drop it off at reception, or request your medications online.

If you are given a private prescription by a specialist at the hospital, it will only be converted to an NHS prescription at the discretion of the on-call Doctor. Please allow 48 hours for us to complete this. Sometimes medications can not be converted to an NHS script, the doctor will explain why, if we are unable to do so. 

Whilst we ask you to give us 48 hours, we try to have most prescriptions ready for collection 24 hours after ordering. If you require your prescription to be sent to the chemist please tell the receptionist when ordering.


Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip. Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions. Please remember to book blood tests at least one week in advance of your medication review if required.

Symbol Error 3Please allow at least 48 hours for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.



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