If you have arranged with your Doctor or Nurse Practitioner to have repeat prescriptions of regular treatment, you can request them here. Please note that we are slowly phasing out this method of requesting repeat prescriptions in favour of the Patient Access service, so please register for patient access if you have not already done so.

You can also request your regular, acute or controlled medication by calling your designated pharmacy who will request items electronically on your behalf or simply email us at islandhealth.admin@nhs.net clearly stating which items you require and we’ll endeavour to get your prescription ready for you after 2 working days or after 5pm on the same day if the request is urgent. You can also drop of the request in person if you’re unable to follow above procedure.


Please allow two working days before going to the pharmacy or coming to the reception to collect your prescription. You can also call reception to check if ready.

We may not be able to issue your repeat prescriptions if your review date is overdue (this should be marked on your last prescription). Please submit an e-consult (click here) to get a appointment for a medication review.

Repeat Medication

Need help or advice?

Please complete an e-consult below or call us before coming to the Practice. We will then call you back to advise on next steps. E-consults are available from Sunday 9am to Friday 6.30pm.

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Latest Coronavirus update:

The NHS in London is very busy due to rising coronavirus infection rates, but we’ll help you get urgent care when you need it.

GPs are providing more appointments, including evenings and weekends, for patients with urgent health needs. Contact your practice, or check their website, and they will tell you how to arrange same-day appointments if you need urgent care.

You can also contact 111, day or night, for other urgent health advice - including if you have concerns about your Covid-19 symptoms.

Please remember that 999 and A&E are for emergencies.

Thank you to Londoners for following the Tier 4 rules, which will help reduce infections, protect the NHS and keep each other safe.