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Using Online Services

You are now able to request repeat prescriptions and book appointments online using the surgery Patient Access online system - click here to access this.

Information Technology (IT)/Electronic Patient Records

New contractual arrangements came into force on 1st April 2015 requiring GP practices to make available a statement of intent about the following IT developments:

  1. Referral Management                     
  2. Electronic Appointment Booking
  3. On line Booking of repeat prescriptions
  4. Summary Care Record
  5. GP2GP transfers
  6. Patient Access to the detailed information from the medical record.

We now offer our patients all of the requirements under the GP contract relating to IT developments and are working closely with our Clinical System Suppliers to allow patients to access the detailed information from their medical record. It is our intention to have this development available to our patients by 31st March 2016.

Before you are able to use this service you must first have access to your personal registration information.

To Obtain Your Registration Information

Come to the Surgery in person with photo-ID and ask the receptionist for details of how to register for Patient Access and receive your registration details then follow the simple instructions below.

First Time Use of Patient Access Online

Click here and follow the instructions; you will be asked to create an account.

You will be prompted for your personal login details, which will be on your registration letter, previously obtained from the surgery.

You can then register and use our online services.

*Please note, we currently only have a limited number of appointments available online for patients wanting to book an appointment with a GP. Please bear with us while we arrange for more appointments to be available.*



 
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