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Practice Telephone Number

Our new telephone number is 020 3994 6900

Walking Opportunities in Hackney

Please see below for the latest version of the Hackney Walking together programme and details of training to become a walk leader.

Walking Together Programme

Walker Leader Training


The next walk leader training day will be held on Thursday 22nd August, 09.30 – 17.00

Further information including additional walks such as walks of interest a dementia walk and talk and Nordic walking can be found at

Hackney Shine Service

Get help with your energy bills and staying well and warm:
Hackney Shine Service


Intrauterine contraceptive device (COIL) fitting and removals
Unfortunately the practice is no longer providing this service. We apologise for any inconvenience this will cause. Please contact reception if you require any further information or details of other service providers.

16 week Antenatal checks
From 1 April 2019 the practice will no longer provide 16 week antenatal checks, these will be delivered by Homerton maternity service. To arrange your antenatal check please contact your named midwife, if you are unable to contact your named midwife please contact the maternity helpline at the Homerton on 0208 510 5955. We apologise for any inconvenience this will cause.

Friend and Family Test
Please let us have your views via this website (please see the "Have Your Say" section below) or by completing a form available at the practice. 

Patient Forum
We are always looking for more patients to join our Patient Forum Group. For further information please contact Mandy Lawrence, Practice Manager, or click on "Further Information Patient Group" on the home page. 

Named Accountable GP
The NHS standard contract for 2015/16 requires that all patients, including children, are allocated a named, accountable GP. The named, accountable GP will have overall responsibility for the care and support that the practice provides for you. This does not prevent you from seeing any GP in the practice as you currently do.
If you would like to know who your named GP is please contact reception.

Change of Telephone Number
It is very important that you let us know if you change your telephone number.
You can do this by completing:
* the on line change of details form at the foot of this page
* the change of details form available from reception

Alternatively you can include the details on your repeat prescription request.

Dr Mareeni Raymond & Dr Jane Miles
Drs Raymond and Miles are currently away on maternity leave.

GP Registrars
As you may be aware the Heron Practice is a teaching practice.
We currently have Dr Clare Baptiste undertaking her "in service" placement with us. 

red pillsSome of your medications will be prescribed on a regular basis. You can get repeat prescriptions of your regular medications in the following ways. 

  1. Sign up to Patient Online Access, a registration form needs to be completed which can be downloaded from the link below and emailed to or it can be completed at reception.
  2. In person at reception. You can either hand in your ticked computerised slip (if the medication is not on the slip, write it clearly on the bottom ) or you can fill out a repeat prescription request form at the desk.
  3. You can send in your repeat prescription request by post / fax.

You can collect the prescription 2 working days later (excluding weekends and bank holidays) in the following way:

  1. You can collect the prescription from reception during opening times.
  2. We will be happy to post it back to you if you give us a stamped addressed envelope along with your request.
  3. You can have the prescription delivered to you by Rowlands (formerly Renton’s) or ABC chemists; however you will need to make arrangements with the chemist.



  • Batch Prescriptions
    If your medicines are stable and you are happy to go to the same chemist to collect your medication - ask your doctor for a batch prescription. Your doctor could give you 6 months or 1 year of medication for your chemist to dispense to you every 1-2 months (so you won't need to keep revisiting the practice!).
    Chemist Service
    Many chemists will order your prescriptions regularly for you. They can also collect the prescription form from us so that all you do is collect your medication from the chemist. You will need to contact your local chemist to arrange this service.
    Delivery Service
    Many chemists will order the prescription from us, collect it from us and deliver the medication to you if you are housebound or have difficulty getting out. You will need to contact your local chemist to arrange this service.
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