When can I collect my prescription?
The continuing impact of the COVID pandemic is putting all healthcare providers under pressure and this includes our pharmacies.
We have been advised by our local pharmacists (Back, Boots and KJ Macdonald) that the time taken to fill prescriptions can now be up to 7 days.
What if I need something urgently?
Should you require an item urgently please let our reception staff know (01851 703145) and they will arrange for your prescription to be filled as quickly as possible.
If you have a GP appointment and your GP wishes you to have a prescription item urgently, he/she will arrange this for you.
As always, should you have any questions or concerns, please phone our Reception Team on 01851 703145 and they will be happy to help you.
Thank you for your patience.
I’ve run out of medication
Order the medication you require as soon as possible using any of the methods outlined below.
Your pharmacy can issue emergency supplies for repeat medications until they receive a prescription request from the practice.
Note: Please provide an old label or a copy of your re-order slip.
Your pharmacy will not issue emergency supplies for controlled drugs.
Order prescriptions online using Patient Access
If you have already registered with EMIS Patient Access click here
If you haven’t yet registered with EMIS Patient Access click here
Order by Email
STORNOWAY PATIENTS: Simply email your request to [email protected] and include your name, date of birth and chosen chemist.
Order by phone
Effective 31st August 2020 we’re changing the times during which you can order your prescriptions. You can still order Monday – Friday, but we’ve changed the time to 14.00 – 17.00 every afternoon.
STORNOWAY PATIENTS: We have a dedicated prescriptions phone line which is available from 14.00 – 17.00 Monday – Friday. You can call 01851 701687 during these hours to request a repeat prescription.
HABOST PATIENTS: Call 01851 810689
Hand in or post your re-order slip
We would ask patients not to hand in their slips at present, due to Covid-19.