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Avoid unnecessary medications and stay active!
Avoid unnecessary medications and stay active!
Avoid unnecessary medications and stay active!

Avoid unnecessary medications and stay active!

For Aged Care

Residential Medication Management Review

A Residential Medication Management Review (RMMR) is a way for your pharmacist and GP to do a check-up on your medicines. A Ward MM Clinical Pharmacist will help review your medications to ensure medicines are being used effectively whilst avoiding any unwanted side effects or harm.

An RMMR is available to everyone at the time they move to an Aged Care Home and is free, providing you have a current Medicare or Department of Veteran’s Affairs card and are a permanent resident of the facility. An RMMR can be performed by your Ward MM Clinical Pharmacist every two years or on request from your GP following a clinical incident such as a fall.

Why do I need an RMMR?

An RMMR is beneficial for anyone who is regularly taking five or more medicines.
The process will review;

Any medicines that need to be monitored due to possible effects on your body.

Any medicines that need to be monitored due to possible effects on your body.

Your health for unwanted side effects that may be caused by your medicines and could be avoided.

Your health for unwanted side effects that may be caused by your medicines and could be avoided.

Medicines that may have serious interactions with other medicines.

Medicines that may have serious interactions with other medicines.

Any medicines that may no longer need to be a part of your regimen.

Any medicines that may no longer need to be a part of your regimen.

RMMR Key Stages

There are three key stages within a Residential Medication Management Review that ensures the best results.

How do I apply for an RMMR?

If you would like an RMMR speak to your Aged Care Facility today.

Ward MM can support you in the process if required. Just get in touch.

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