Flu Vaccinations

If you are 65 or over (on 31.3.21) make an appointment for a flu vaccination now.

If you are aged 18 to 64 and eligible for a vaccine, contact your surgery from 1 Oct.

Eligible under 18s will receive an invite letter shortly.

50 to 64 year olds NOT in a risk category MAY be able to receive a vaccine from Nov subject to availability.  Further details to follow.

Repeat Prescriptions

Patients on long-term medication can order repeat prescriptions in the fmulticolour_pillsollowing ways:

  • In person – drop the computerised repeat slip in to reception having clearly marked the items required.
  • By post – send it to us with a stamped addressed envelope if you want us to post it back to you.
  • By fax – to 01753 883312 (Misbourne) or 01494 875455 (St Giles)
  • By email - (Misbourne) or (St Giles)
  • Online – follow the link at the top of this page to complete a simple registration.

We regret that no prescription requests are taken over the telephone.


With effect from 1st December 2017 we require three working days' notice so please do not let your medicines run out. It is not possible to process your request while you wait. Prescription requests received on Fridays will not be ready until the following Wednesday afternoon.

Over the Counter Medicines

Doctors have been asked not to prescribe medicines for minor ailments like paracetamol or ibuprofen (although patients who need these drugs in regular quantities can continue to get them on repeat prescriptions).  These medicines can be bought from a pharmacy or supermarket.  This includes patients who get FREE prescriptions.

Further information is available at

The patient information leaflet below also provides more information along with the list of minor ailments:

Over the Counter Medicines

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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