By repeat prescriptions we mean medicines that must be used for long time and medicines that were ordered no more than three months ago. After a year, the medication must be requested again via the doctor's assistant. By repeat prescriptions we mean medicines that must be used for a long time and medicines that were ordered no more than three months ago. After that time the medication must be requested again via the doctor's assistant. Prescriptions written out for the first time by the doctor must be ordered the second time through the doctor's assistant. They can then be ordered via the recipe line. Prescriptions from the hospital by the specialist may not simply be repeated. This is done after the consultation with the doctor. If the doctor agrees, next time the medication can also be ordered via the recipe line. By phone Please note: the telephone number for repeat prescriptions is not intended for new prescription or for repeating tranquilizers. In that case, call the number of the GP practice and consult with the assistant. The telephone number of the prescriptions line is: 020 30 81 777 menu option 2. Say your name, address and date of birth and the name of the medicine. The medicine is ready for you at the pharmacy after 2 working days. The pharmacy makes a distinction between medicines that are needed immediately and medicines that are not needed immediately. This is to prevent patients having to wait too long. The pharmacy uses two working days to collect repeat prescriptions, unless the repeat prescription is requested before 9 a.m. in the morning. Naturally, exceptions are possible. Some pharmacies can give a collection signal if your e-mail address is known. The pharmacy will send you an e-mail as soon as the medication is in the collection box. If a medicine is not available, you will receive an email with information. Online Complete the form below to request your repeat recipe.