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THINK!! Before going to A&E Please contact your GP Surgery in the case of an emergency. The A&E department is under immense pressure therefore contact your GP Surgery first and we will endeavour to do what we can. 


Next PPG Meeting - to be confirmed 



PATIENT CONSENT Form – Collecting Prescriptions Patient Consent- Presc


Sad News


With Profound grief we would like to inform you the sad demise of our beloved

Dr Humayun Ahmad

who left us on Friday 14th February 2020 for heavenly abode.  

Dr Ahmad’s dedication and commitment has been an integral part of our success and growth.   He will be dearly remembered by staff, colleagues and patients of Barking Medical Group Practice.

There is a Condolence book in Reception at Upney Lane Surgery if anyone would like to sign.  Please feel free to come in. 


Next PPG Meeting will be held on:   to be confirmed

If you would like to share your ideas or would like to make any suggestions on how to improve your local GP Surgery. Please complete the PPG application form. We will send you an invite sooner the time.





Patients in this practice will be invited to join a research study run by University College London( UCL) and University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH).


Who will be invited?


  • People from this practice aged 50 to 57


OPT OUT: Please let reception staff know if you DO NOT want the study team to have your information .   Opting out WILL NOT affect any of your future care. You will continue to be invited for other NHS appointments and activities.



Please download the form for further information. UCLH Research Study

Barking Medical Group welcome all new patients to come and join us. You must currently be in our practice boundary and will need to supply certain documentation. You will not be refused or discriminated against because of  medical need, age, race, gender, social class, religion, sexual orientation, appearance, disability, etc.  

Welcome to Barking Medical Group Practice

Barking Medical GroupBarking Medical Group provides the highest quality healthcare to patients at both our surgeries. Our practice is a leading practice in women's health and joint injections for arthritis in the area. We are an accredited training practice, our doctors, nurses and all our other staff are dedicated to offering a professional service and this surgery website will help us to keep all our patients up to date with news and information about our practice.

As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information.

SMS TEXT MESSAGING has arrived!!

You can receive text message reminders for your booked appointments. Please ensure we have your correct mobile number.    We will be using SMS to communicate other health information such as letting you know that your test results are back, and may also send information about special clinics that we are running.  If you do not wish to receive SMS text messages please ask at Reception to complete the Opt Out Form.   SMS OPT OUT FORM


Simply visit the website and start booking your appointments online immediately. You will receive e-mail message reminders for booked appointments.  

If you would like to upgrade your online account so that you can order your repeat medication complete Form 1.  For full access to your medical records complete Form 1 and 2.  Please remember to  bring in your photo Identification and proof of address and we will set you up.  For any further enquiries please contact reception.

 Online Reg Form 1

Online Full Access Form 2

Online Info Sheet

Spending NHS money wisely

Changes to prescribing and some procedures

So we can protect funding essential health services – things like cancer care, emergency care, life threatening conditions and mental health services, GPs across Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge are making changes to prescribing and some other procedures.


From 8 January 2018 your GP will no longer be able to prescribe any of the following medicines/products on the NHS:


  • Anti-malarial medicine
  • Threadworm medicine
  • Sleeping tablets (over the counter, for short term use)
  • Hay fever medicine (for mild to moderate symptoms)
  • Travel sickness medicine
  • Vitamin D supplements (maintenance only – Vitamin D deficiency we still be treated)
  • Probiotic supplements
  • Bath oils, shower gels and shampoos
  • Skin rash remedies (severe conditions such as psoriasis will still be treated)
  • Sunscreens (except for those undergoing cancer treatment or with specialist skin conditions. 


HAYFEVER SEASON – As of April 2018 the CCG have decided to stop prescribing medicines used to treat mild to moderate hay fever. These include nose sprays/drops and eye drops. Below is a list of such items, these are however available to buy Over the Counter at your local Pharmacy.


  • Cetrizine
  • Loratadine
  • Chlorphenamine
  • Beclometasone
  • Sodium Cromoglycate eye drops



From 8 January 2018 we will be:

Stopping certain ‘non-essential’ procedures

  • Restricting who is eligible for cataract surgery and podiatry

Why are we doing this?

Like many areas across the country, we are faced with some very difficult choices to protect NHS funding for essential health services. The care and treatment that we provide every day for patients is funded by taxpayers’ money. That’s why we have to spend it wisely, to make sure we get the best value we possibly can for every penny – especially when NHS funding is being severely squeezed and we are seeing more patients with more complex health issues than ever before.


Unfortunately, no change is not an option, and it’s up to us – with the public's health - to get the local NHS onto a secure and sustainable footing to make sure we can maintain those vital services for you and your families.   This may well mean that you will not get some medicines you've previously had on the NHS. 

A full breakdown of the proposals and what was approved is available on CCG websites:



Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge clinical commissioning groups




You can book a timed appointment with a GP directly by calling

0203 770 1888

Telephone lines are open from

2.00pm-9.00pm Monday to Friday

9.00am-4.00pm Saturday & Sunday


Hub Site:



Upney Lane, Barking, Essex, IG11 9LX

Opening times for appointments: 

6.30pm-10.00pm Monday to Friday

12.00pm-4.00pm Saturday & Sunday




Our Practice has a significantly high number of missed appointments.  From our last Practice Participation Group meeting it was agreed that DNA appointments should be one of our priorities to be addressed.

This is why we have decided that patients who fail to attend 3 consecutive appointments will be removed from our practice list and will be notified in writing.

Please note this does not affect the elderly or vulnerable patients. They will NOT be removed.


We would like to invite patients to make comment or suggestions to our proposal to address the practice problem of patients who fail to attend appointments which impacts on others to book appointments.


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From 1st April all practices are required under the 2015-2016 General Medical Services Contract to allocate a named GP to all practice patients, including children.

The named accountable GP will take lead responsibility for the co-ordination of services required. Please ask any member of the practice team who will be able to confirm the name of your accountable GP.

This does not prevent you from seeing any Doctor or Nurse of your choice. If a patient expresses a preference as to which GP they are assigned to, the practice will make reasonable efforts to accommodate this request.  









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