- Ordering repeat prescriptions
- Prescription and medication queries
- Out of hours
- Young people
- Womens health
- Childrens health
- Vaccinations and Immunisations
- NHS Services
- Private Services and Costs
- Sexual health
- Stop smoking
Ordering a Repeat Prescription
Please give as much notice as possible when ordering as we need a minimum of two working days’ notice to process and dispense your prescription request. Some items will need to be ordered from our supplier which adds time to the processing of your prescription.
The current prescription fee is £8.60. The Practice can accept cheques, cash or card payments for the services it provides, including dispensed medication. Please make cheques payable to Elvington Medical Practice.
Our doctors periodically review repeat medications, and may request that you attend an appointment to ensure that all prescribing is safely monitored.
Please note that children under 16 cannot collect prescriptions.
Click here to order a repeat prescription online.
Order by phone
The repeat prescription telephone number is 01904 757 426. This is a dedicated voice-mail service where patients can leave their requests for medication 24hrs/day, 7 days/week. Please have the following details available when ordering by telephone:
- Your name
- Your telephone number and the first part of your address
- Details of the medication you require with drug strength and quantity
- Where you want to collect your prescription from e.g. Elvington Surgery, Dunnington surgery
Order in person
Please drop your prescription in to the collection box inside the entrance lobby at Elvington Surgery.
The dispensary at Elvington Medical Practice is open during normal surgery hours. We have a highly skilled team of dispensers who manage, process and pack the prescription requests that we receive.
We also dispense medications from our Wheldrake branch when it is open on Wednesday and Friday mornings.
On Monday 9 July 2018 we are launching our improved appointment system to ensure that all patients have access to the right health care professional at the right time, first time.
All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice, the required disclosure is shown here.
Dr David Lightwing, who has worked in the practice for 19 years, has now retired and we wish him well in the future. We are also pleased to announce that Dr Tim Longmore has now taken on the role of Senior Partner for the practice.
In addition to overseeing prescription management systems, Andy will be providing appointments for medication reviews and will also be available to answer any medicines related queries by telephone.