Repeat Prescriptions

Repeat prescriptions are issued for patients receiving prolonged or repeated courses of medication, agreed with the doctor. These may be ordered by handing in the tear-off prescription form to Lloyds Pharmacy or putting it in the red post box at the Health Centre.

Alternatively you can order online by following the instructions below completing the Patient Update & Online Registration Form.

For the convenience of patients, the practice has an arrangement with the local pharmacy in Grantown High Street whereby repeat prescriptions handed in to the surgery are sent to the pharmacy for dispensing. If you do not wish to make use of this facility, please inform the practice manager.

Please allow at least 3 working days for your medication to be dispensed and available for collection at the chemist. If you wish, your signed prescription can be collected from the Health Centre within 48 hours.

Online Services

If you wish to use the online-service please use the Update Form below to enter your e-mail address to request your secure log-in details. You will need to bring this form to the Health Centre, along with a valid form of photographic identification such as a passport or a driving licence. Please do this between 3pm and 5pm. You will then be given your registration letter with details of how to create your secure account. Click on the link at the top of this page to access the system.

Please be aware that if your e-mail address is shared by a number of people in your family, all of them will be able to see details of appointments made or cancelled using the system. If you require more than two forms for your household, they are available from Reception or they can be printed from the link below. 

If you are asked for our Practice Code when logging in it is 55925.

Patient Update & Online Registration Form.docx

Medicine Information

Health Improvement Scotland has published a factsheet which has been developed to provide more open and transparent information on decision making on medicines.

‘Medicines in Scotland: What’s the right treatment for you?’ is for patients and the public and explains how your doctor (or other healthcare professional) decides what is the right treatment for you, whether you need a medicine and, if so, which medicine to prescribe.

Click on the link below to open the factsheet.

Medicine Information Factsheet.pdf