Prescription requests can be taken over the phone for shielding patients only.  All other requests need to be posted, or via the online ordering process through our website.  You may be asked to create a password to use this service.


If you have a minor illness, a local pharmacy should be your first stop. Your local pharmacy can help with:

  • Managing your repeat prescriptions
  • Access to free emergency contraception
  • Advice and treatment for minor illnesses like colds, cold sores, sore throats, diarrhoea or constipation, indigestion, and aches and pains through NHS Pharmacy First Scotland
  • Help with common conditions like urinary tract infections and impetigo through NHS Pharmacy First Scotland Everything you discuss with your pharmacist is confidential. If required, your pharmacist can refer you to another healthcare professional. How to access the service Local pharmacies are open. You may be asked to wait outside for a little while to allow for physical distancing inside. For repeat prescriptions:
  • Please allow plenty of time, usually 3 days, when reordering medication
  • Please do not order more medicines than you need
  • If you run out of your medicines, in certain circumstances your pharmacist can provide you with up to one cycle of your medicine without a prescription from your GP
  • If you are unable to go to the pharmacy to collect your medicine, and do not have anyone who can collect it for you, ask your pharmacy if they can help
NHS ScotlandThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website