Weight Loss Clinic

Saxenda (Liraglutide) 

Patients within a certain Body Mass Index (BMI) are eligible for this medication to help them lose weight. It is important to note that this is an injection and it is only effective alongside a reduced-calorie diet. Information and help will be provided from the pharmacist on ways to help with this diet to get the best out of the treatment. Saxenda is a pre-filled injection which is given in the fatty layer of the body, usually in the abdomen, thigh or upper arm. It is important to alternate between different sites of injection. The pharmacist will help with how to use the pen and easy tips to help with pain as well as quick videos to help at home should you need extra guidance. 

Who: 18 - 75 year olds with a BMI that fits the criteria


Saxenda (Liraglutide) 6 mg/ml solution for injection in pre-filled pen.

Xenical (Orlistat)

As part of our weight loss clinic, we provide oral treatment to help with your weight loss journey. This treatment works alongside a low-calorie diet which our pharmacist can advise on. It is only applicable for patients who have a BMI indicating “Obese”. A simple calculation done by the pharmacist can help you find out what your BMI is and what you should be aiming towards. Regular follow ups will be done with the pharmacist to determine progress and if any dose adjustments are needed.

Who: 18 - 65 year olds with an “Obese” BMI


Orlistat Capsules (120 mg)

Mysimba (Bupropion/ Naltrexone)

Mysimba is an oral drug treatment made up of two drugs - Bupropion and Naltrexone. This medication aims to help patients lose weight alongside a low-calorie diet who fall in BMI over the category of “Obese”. Help with how to start a low-calorie diet can be discussed in your initial consultation with our pharmacist should you proceed with the private service. The dose changes within the course of the treatment therefore regular follow ups are recommended to see how you are getting on, we advise you stay up to date with these to get the best out of your treatment.

Who: 18 - 65 year olds with an “Obese” BMI


Mysimba prolonged-release Tablets (8 mg/90 mg)