Find My Nearest Pharmacy

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Our prescription service is now paperless. If you do not have a designated pharmacy for your prescription, contact the surgery.

Repeat Prescriptions

The easiest ways to order repeat prescriptions are:

These accounts show you all your repeat medicine and dosage and you can choose the ones you need.

You can also:

  • fill out a repeat prescription form 
  • bring the paper form to the practice, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5.30pm 
  • request through our email 


Your prescription will be ready for collection from the pharmacy 3 to 5  working days after you have ordered it.

If you prefer, we can post it back to you (you will need to provide a stamped, addressed envelope). The surgery can't control postal times. So, please be aware and allow time for prescriptions to return during busy periods. Please note we are unable to take prescription requests over the phone




Questions about your Prescription

if you have any questions about your medicine, your local pharmacy can answer these.  They can also answer questions on medicine you buy without a prescription.

The NHS Website has information on:

  • how your medicine works
  • how and when to take it
  • possible side effects
  • answers to common questions

Go to Medicines A to Z (

If you would like to speak to someone at Seaside Medical Centre about your prescription please ring after 10am on 01323 725667. Patients can also raise prescription queries through our prescription email address 

Pharmacy Services - Pharmacy First



Community pharmacists will provide care for patients using the new Pharmacy First Service. Patients will not need to visit their GP. 

The team at Seaside Medical Centre will triage patients who call. They will refer them to the pharmacist, depending on the condition and appropriateness. Pharmacists can give advice and NHS-funded treatment for these 7 conditions. They can do so if it's suitable.

  • Sinusitis for adults and children aged 12 and over

  • Sore throat for adults and children aged 5 and over

  • Acute otitis media for children aged 1 to 17years

  • Infected insect bite for adults and children aged 1 year and over

  • Impetigo for adults and children aged 1 year and over

  • Shingles for adults aged 18 years and over, and

  • Uncomplicated urinary tract infections in women aged 16-64 years.

The pharmacy will tell a patient's General Practice the result. 

Permission for Prescription Collections

From 1st May 2014, we need permission for prescription collections. We must record them in our system. This is to meet the Care Quality Commission's security and data protection standard. Staff may request a date of birth along with the name when collecting prescriptions. With this in mind, make sure the collector has the right info. We will not give prescriptions to anyone other than the patient. They must have recorded permission.

Medication Reviews

If you have a repeat prescription,we may ask yu to come in for a regular review.  We wil be in touch when you need to come in for a review. 

What to do with Old Medicines

Take it to the pharamacy you got it from.  Do not put it in your household bin or flush it down the toilet.  Please dispose of needles safely in a sharps box and arrange for collection by ringing Easbourne Borough Council Cleansing Department on 01323 410 000