As of the 1st December 2019 we will no longer accept any requests for repeat or acute medication over the telephone. We politely request that patients do not make an appointment with their GP for a repeat prescription.
Please refrain from emailing cmpfeedback.nhs.scot to request medication.
Repeat medication(s) can be ordered in the following ways;
- Online through EMIS Patient Access by clicking here. Information on how to register for this service is available by emailing Fife.firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Order and collect from your preferred local Pharmacy. To register for this service please ask your Pharmacist for further information and inform Reception so that we can update your records.
- By post, in writing or by completing your repeat order slip which can be dropped into the letter box signposted in the entrance hall.
These are medication(s) that have not yet been added to your repeat prescription because your GP would like to monitor how they are working for you. These requests can be made in writing or by using the slips available in the entrance hall next to the self check in. All requests should be dropped into the letter box signposted in the entrance hall.
Please note all prescription requests will take 2 working days to complete. It is important that all medication is ordered in plenty of time to ensure you do not run out. Please note the turnaround of prescriptions at the Pharmacy may vary. Please phone your pharmacy to check.
Serial Prescriptions (MCR)
A serial prescription is a prescription for your regular medication which can be issued for up to 56 weeks. This will be managed by your preferred local Pharmacy meaning that you will not have to come to the Practice and re-order your medication(s) during this time.
If you would be interested in taking advantage of this service please speak to your GP or local Pharmacist.
For further information on this service please see the patient information leaflet (PDF, 510KB).