Ground Floor, Alfred Health Centre
186 Homerton High Street, E9 6AG

Tel: 020 8986 3106   Fax: 020 8985 1909
Out of Hours: (CHUHSE) 0208 185 0545


You can order your repeat prescription in one of 4 ways:

  1. By dropping the repeat prescription slip into the post box just inside the surgery entrance. Please make sure that you have ticked the boxes of all drugs needed.
  2. By faxing the request to the surgery on 020 8985 1909.
  3. Post your request into the surgery. If you enclose a stamped addressed envelope we will post the prescription back to you. Please give 2 weeks for the Hackney post.
  4. Via our Emis Online Services.

Patient Access Online Services

The Lea Surgery is now offering patient online appointment booking, prescription ordering and the ability to view your medical records (see details of which medical records you can view below) via Emis Patient Access.

To sign up for these services please register online or come into the practice to retrieve your username and password.

Are you already registered with our Online Services:

Book an Appointment Online

Order a Repeat Prescription Online

View your Medical Records

When viewing your medical records you will be able to view the following details:

  • Allergies
  • Lab Test Results
  • Immunisations
  • Medications
  • Documents

Please note: You will not be able to view records of previous consultations.

Using Your Smart Phone


Patient Access
for Andriod

Patient Access
for IOS


New User?

To sign up for Patient Access online services please register online below or come into the Surgery to retrieve your username and password. 

Register for Online Services

Repeat Prescribing Policy

The surgery needs three working days to process your repeat prescription. This is because all repeat prescriptions are reviewed and indeed printed off by the doctor to reduce the risk of errors.

We do NOT take requests for repeat prescriptions on the telephone. This is because many errors have happened when repeat prescription requests have been taken over the phone, and patient safety is paramount.

We issue 2 months worth of drugs at each prescription for most long term medications.

We aim to try and synchronise prescriptions, so that you get the whole supply every 2 months, rather than requesting different drugs every other week.

When we review the medication, we do take the opportunity to review your medical problems. Thus every so often,  you may be requested to visit the doctor or nurse for a review appointment, or to have a blood test.

If you request a new drug or a change in dosage of your medication, you will probably be asked to come and see the doctor for a medication review.

Pre-payment Certificate

If you have to pay for your prescriptions and get more than 5 items in 4 months, or 14 in 12 months, you could save money by buying a pre-payment certificate.

Ring 0845 850 0030 to buy one over the phone using your credit/debit card.

Alternatively you can go to the Department of Health website for a form to apply by post.