If you need a regular supply of medication, you can request this in person, stating the name and strength of the medication you require.

Additionally, you can use any of the following:

We aim to provide a repeat prescription within three working days. This period is required to allow production of the prescription and for it to be reviewed by your doctor, after which the pharmacy will prepare the medication. Please order in good time, as a prescription will not be available to collect the same day it is ordered.

  • Requests received after Midday will be treated as having arrived the following morning.
  • Requests received after Midday on a Friday will be treated as having arrived on Monday morning.

Order your Repeat Prescription Online

Patient Access is available to registered patients over 16. Once registered, you can order your Repeat Prescriptions online via your home PC or mobile device. 

Please click here for information on how to register.

If you're already registered,   click here to order your repeat prescription.


Prescription Charges & Exemptions

Extensive exemption and remission arrangements protect those likely to have difficulty in paying charges (NHS prescription and dental charges, optical and hospital travel costs). 

The NHS prescription charge is a flat-rate amount which successive Governments have thought it reasonable to charge for those who can afford to pay for their medicines. Prescription prepayment certificates (PPCs) offer real savings for people who need extensive medication.

Emergency Medication

If you run out of or lose your medication when we are closed, most Somerset pharmacies can provide an emergency supply at your request.

You can also request emergency medication while on holiday, but if you're away from home, the pharmacy may ask you to speak to us first, in order to authorise the medication.

Self-Care Medicines - Think 'Pharmacy'

Over the last year, Dr A R Bridge & Partners spent over £52,000 on GP appointments and prescriptions for common issues, such as hay fever, dandruff and mouth ulcers. Such ailments can be treated with over-the-counter medicine, so please speak to your pharmacist for ‘self-care’ issues, before booking a GP appointment.

See below for more information.

Acute sore throat
Cold sores
Coughs and colds and nasal congestion
Cradle cap
Diarrhoea (adults only)
Dry eyes/sore tired eyes
Excessive sweating
Head lice
Indigestion and heartburn
Infant colic
Infrequent constipation
Infrequent migraine
Insect bites and stings
Irritable bowel syndrome
Mild acne
Mild contact dermatitis
Mild cystitis
Mild dry skin/sunburn
Mild hay fever/allergic rhinitis
Minor burns and scalds
Minor conditions associated with pain and fever
Mouth ulcers
Nappy rash
Oral thrush
Prevention of dental decay
Ringworm/athletes foot
Sleep problems
Teething/mild toothache
Travel sickness
Vitamins and minerals
Warts and verrucae