Medication Reconciliation

Medication reconciliation 

Is the process where medications prescribed by a medical practitioner are checked to ensure they match the current list of medications the patient is taking.


When does this need to happen?

Most require it whenever a patient is admitted, transferred and discharged or a patient has stopped taking a medication.


The process of medication reconciliation?

A list of the patient’s current medications; along with a list of the medications currently needed; these are then compared and a new list is formed which is then communicated to the patients and caregivers.

Intially it's about creating the most accurate list possible of all medications a patient is taking — including drug name, dosage, frequency, and route — and comparing that list against the physician’s admission, transfer, and/or discharge orders, with the goal of providing correct medications to the patient at all transition points within the hospital.


How can you book this appointment?

Please call reception and book an appointment with our Pharmacists:

Raiesa (Clinics On Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday)

Zohal (Clinics On Monday & Friday)