Asthma Review

For patients who are due an annual asthma review.

Please would you answer the questions on the form below and submit it to us.

If your symptoms are deteriorating or you have any concerns, please make an appointment to the respiratory nurse or a doctor as well.

Open the Asthma Annual Review Form

For advice on how to use inhaler please see the following links:


#AskAboutAsthma - small steps improve lives for asthma sufferers


1 in 10 children and young people in London have asthma but less than half of these have an asthma management plan or know how to use their inhaler correctly.

The Exchange Surgery is supporting the Healthy London Partnership and NHS England London campaign #AskAboutAsthma to help improve the lives of those living with asthma in Streatham. The campaign runs from Monday 16th to Sunday 22nd September 2019.

The campaign, which is launching to coincide with children and young people returning to school and the highest peak of hospital admissions for asthma, aims to encourage all children and young people with asthma (and the people who care for them) to ask these simple questions:

ASK: Do I have an asthma management plan? This helps identify the right colour inhaler and dosage, and when to seek emergency help.

ASK: Can I use my inhaler properly?

ASK: Have I had my annual asthma review?

#AskAboutAsthma is also asking local residents in Streatham to tell us the #OneThingLDN people have done, will do or would like to see happen to improve asthma care or air quality for children and young people in London. Tweet us @healthyLDN

We want people to:

  • Take more exercise by walking to work or school
  • Try car pooling and turning off engines when idle
  • Use non or less toxic materials in homes and offices


Do you have a child under 15 years old with Asthma, Constipation, Epilepsy or Eczema? 

You can Access free Health check online, accessible @

You will receive a free Health Support Pack and copy of health check summary sent to your email and shared with your GP Practcie. 

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