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Medication Reviews and General Medication Questions

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Patients on repeat medication will be contacted and asked to see either a doctor, nurse practitioner, practice nurse or clinical pharmacist at least once a year to review these regular medications.

If you have a medication query or feel that you may need a medication review, please contact us General Medication Review Form

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Repeat Prescriptions

Please note:  At present, prescription requests are being taken over the phone.  This may change in the near future.  Please ensure you have a pharmacy nominated for your medication to be sent to electronically. 

Prescriptions can be ordered online via the NHS App - or your chosen patient access app

- What you can do with the NHS App 

You will need to log in to the app with the exact details - email address, mobile telephone number - that we hold on record for you here at the surgery. Please ask at reception for further information.

Please note; Prescription can be ordered online via the NHS App requests received after 4pm will not be dealt with until the next working day.

Please allow 48 working hours (Monday to Friday) and remember to request your prescription early for Public Holidays or if you are going abroad.  Please note: changes/additions/queries may result in a prescription not being ready within 48 working hours.


Medicines Waste Campaign

Making sure medicines are prescribed and used effectively is a key priority for Redbridge CCG – it has a dedicated medicines management team working closely with pharmacies and health practitioners to ensure patients get the right medication for their needs.

Redbridge CCG has launched a campaign aimed at reducing unnecessary medicines waste across the area.

Wasted medicines cost the NHS in London an estimated £39.4 million every year. People may also be putting their health at risk by not taking their medicine as intended.

Posters and leaflets will be displayed in pharmacies and GP practices to raise awareness of medicine waste among people.  The campaign encourages patients to have regular reviews of their medicines and to discuss any issues they may have with their medication with their GP, nurse or pharmacist.

The campaign, launched by Redbridge Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG),calls upon patients and carers to:

  • Only order what they need
  • Return their unwanted medicines to their pharmacy for safe disposal
  • Take their medicines with them when they go into hospital

It is estimated that at any one time £90 million worth of unused prescription medicines are being retained in individual’s homes across the UK. With a few simple considerations, patients could help save the NHS millions each year.

As an example, each £1 million saved through better medicines management could be spent on:

  • 150 more hip replacements OR
  • 106 more heart by-pass operations OR
  • 1064 cataract operations OR
  • 21 more community nurses OR
  • 136 more knee replacements

Download the 'Only Order What You Need' leaflet