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Order prescription stationery

Published on 23 July 2021

This guidance is to enable NHS Boards to place orders for prescription stationery.

If you are a pharmacy contractor and you need prescription forms, then please contact your NHS Board.

Timescales for orders

The bullet points below highlight timescales for fortnightly ordering for forthcoming dates in 2021 (order dates in bold, followed by date for delivery to designated location).

Please ensure orders are submitted by midday by an authorised NHS Board contact on the allocated date, or they will need to wait until the next fortnightly order date.

  • 5th August 2021 - delivered by 3rd September 2021
  • 19th August 2021 - delivered by 17th September 2021
  • 2nd September 2021 - delivered by 1st October 2021
  • 16th September 2021 - delivered by 15th October 2021
  • 30th September 2021 - delivered by 29th October 2021
  • 14th October 2021 - delivered by 12th November 2021

Prescription Pads

Prescription pads can be ordered for the different prescriber groups listed below from an authorised NHS board contact only.

If you require an order requisition form, please get in touch using the contact details below:

Email: nss.psd-pscriber-statnry@nhs.scot

Phone: 01506 705101or 01506 705100

You can also access the order forms online.

  • GP10 forms are for GP medical prescribers
  • GP10N forms are for nurse prescribers
  • GP10P forms are for independent pharmacy prescribers
  • GP10OP forms are for independent optometric prescribers
  • GP10NMP forms are for non-medical prescribers such as paramedics, podiatrists, radiographers and physiotherapists, dieticians and paramedics
  • GP10A forms are for doctors ordering stock order supplies from a pharmacy
  • CDRF controlled drug requisition forms are for prescribers ordering a stock of controlled drugs
  • PPCD forms are for private prescribers who write prescriptions for controlled drugs
  • HBP forms are for hospital-based prescribers
  • HBPA forms are for hospital-based prescribers working within drug addiction services.

Computer and non-personalised stationery

Below is a list of additional prescription forms which can be ordered.

For the prescription form types below, request a single order form:

  • GP10SS
  • GP10NSS
  • HBPSS
  • HBPASS
  • CP4/3
  • CPUS