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Repeat Prescriptions

This service is only for medication listed on your repeat order form. There are several ways of ordering your prescription:

  • Order your repeat prescription via the   NHS App
  • Call NHS Prescription Ordering Direct (POD) on 0333 3583509, Monday - Friday 09:00 – 17:00. For more information click on the link below. Please note that the busiest times for the POD are Mondays and Tuesdays - to prevent delays in getting through to the POD phone line please avoid these busy times - thank you.
  • Tick the items your require on your reorder form and place it in the prescription box in person at the surgery – red box located in the foyer of the building 
  • Send a stamped addressed envelope and we will post your prescription to you – please note that you will still have to take this to your usual pharmacy for processing.


Collection Timetable

Excluding Weekends & Bank Holidays


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Pharmacy Telephone Numbers


01746 763127

Bridgnorth Pharmacy 

01746 711495


01746 763297

Community pharmacists are qualified health professionals capable of offering expert advice on various minor ailments and conditions. You can confidentially consult your local community pharmacist without an appointment for issues such as:
Coughs, colds, and the flu
Aches, pains, and minor injuries
Oral contraception*
Skin rashes and allergies
Urinary tract infections (UTI)*
Ear and eye care
Stomach aches, including constipation, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, or threadworm
Assistance with medication and repeat prescriptions
Guidance on healthy living, including advice on improving diet, weight loss, exercise, and smoking cessation
*While all community pharmacists can provide advice and support, only some may offer prescribed treatment.

Repeat Dispensing

Repeat Dispensing is an alternative way of getting your regular medicines without asking your GP surgery for a prescription every time.

Your GP will need to check if you and the medication you take is suitable for Repeat Dispensing. The GP will then raise a batch of prescriptions (between 3 and 12 months, depending on how often you need additional monitoring such as blood tests etc..) and send them, electronically, to your nominated pharmacy. Your pharmacy will supply you with your first batch of medicines and they will discuss arrangements for future collections with you.


Non-prescription (over the counter) Medication in Nurseries and Schools

Non-prescription / over the counter (OTC) medication does not need a GP signature/authorisation in order for a school/nursery/childminder to give it.

It is appropriate for OTC medicines to be administered by a member of staff in the nursery or school, or self-administered by the pupil during school hours, following written permission by the parents/guardians, as they consider necessary.

It is not appropriate to make a GP appointment to acquire a prescription for an OTC medicine to satisfy the policy of a nursery/school

GPs will not issue prescriptions for non-prescription/OTC medication such as Calpol.