If you wish to speak to someone regarding a repeat prescription query, please ring between 11.30 – 13.30 and 14.00 – 18.00 to speak to the dedicated member of the admin team.
Please allow 48 hours (excluding weekends and bank holidays) before collection.
When collecting your prescriptions from the surgery, you will be asked to provide ID. If you collect prescriptions on behalf of someone else, please bring a signed note to confirm their consent.
It is practice policy to issue repeat prescriptions in 28 days’ supply. Patients can be offered 3 months post-dated prescriptions for repeat items. However, this arrangement may not be appropriate if your medication is likely to change.
The practice provides 5 different services for ordering repeat prescriptions.
The practice offers secure online access for booking appointments and ordering repeat prescriptions.
Initially, you will need to register for a user name and password at the practice by completing this form and providing a form of identification.
To login to the online system click here.
Please identify yourself using your name, date of birth and address and list items required. You will receive an acknowledgement of receipt when your request is processed.
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Send the right page of your repeat prescription, which lists all your regular repeat medication. Please indicate all the items that you require.
Send to us at: Dunsville Medical Centre, 126 – 128 High Street, Dunsville, Doncaster DN7 4BY
At the practice
Call into the practice and leave the right page of your repeat prescription in the box provided at the front entrance. Please indicate all the items that you require.
At the pharmacy
You can register with a local pharmacy of your choice and they will order your repeat medications and if you wish collect the prescription from the surgery. You can then collect your medication direct from the pharmacy.
Urgent repeat medicines
Doncaster CCG commissions a community pharmacy service for urgent repeat medicines.
The purpose of this service is to ensure that patients can access an urgent supply of regular prescription medicines when unable to obtain a prescription before the next dose is due, if for example, you have run out of a medicine, lost or damaged your medicines, or left home without them. The aim of this service is to relieve pressure on urgent and emergency care services.
Taking controlled drugs abroad
Patients should obtain a personal licence to enter or leave the UK if they are travelling with controlled drugs listed under schedules 2-4 (e.g. morphine, tramadol, diazepam) for 3 calendar months or more.
The Home Office personal licence application form and detailed information can be found here.