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Repeat Prescriptions

Click here to see our guide to prescription services at the surgery.

Guide to ordering Repeat Prescriptions in Systmonline click here

Please note if you require medication that you have been issued in the past but is NOT A REPEAT ITEM please complete the Medication Request form and return the form to reception or send it to BSCCG.newbridge@nhs.net or you can contact the surgery to make a telephone appointment to discuss your requirements with a Doctor

Order Online

We offer an online service called SystmOnline for you to order your repeat prescriptions.

Click Here To Read More about How To Sign Up For Systmonline

Our previous form for ordering repeat prescriptions is no longer available.

If you are requesting that we send your prescription to you, please enclose a stamped addressed envelope and allow two working days plus posting time.

Alternatively your prescription, once processed at the surgery, can be passed to a local chemist from where you can collect your medication. The most popular chemists are listed below, however others are available, please enquire at reception.

Please allow three working days for this procedure.

      Jhoots 
      Newbridge Surgery, 129 Newbridge Hill, Bath BA1 3PT 
      Telephone: 01225 424401 

      Boots 
      125 High Street, Weston 
      Telephone: 01225 421644 

      Sainsbury's Pharmacy 
      Green Park, Ivo Peters Road, Bath BA1 1JB 
      Telephone: 01225 332046 

      Boots Southgate 
      1 Newark Street, Bath BA1 1AT 
      Telephone: 01225 461251

We are unable to accept telephone requests for prescriptions.

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.

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