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Do It Online

Online Services

Did you know that we offer a range of services you can access online?  You can book and cancel a number of appointments, request medication, view your summary care record and complete a request for access to your detailed coded record which includes vaccination details. Please note that in line with national guidance, proxy access to a child's records can be issued to parents or guardians for children under 11 only.  Once a child reaches their 11th birthday proxy access will be suspended until the child attains the age of 16 when they can apply for their own login details. 

To start using online services you will need to attend at the surgery with photographic ID and complete and sign a registration form (copy below should you wish to print and complete beforehand).  We can then issue you with a unique username and password.  Once issued you should wait a few hours before you come back to this website and use the links below to take you to the secure site.  Should you tick that you wish for access to your detailed coded record, this will take longer to grant as a health records manager, GP or other healthcare professional will decide whether your request can be approved. They can sometimes refuse to disclose information if, for example, the information you have asked for contains information that relates to another person. It will take up to 21 days for this part of online services to be available to you.

Online registration form

Online services FAQ leaflet

Online Services - what you need to know leaflet

Register for NHS App

Another option open to all our patients is to go to the App store or Google Play store and download the NHS App which is free.  Once downloaded, and after completing identity checks, you can use this invaluable app to book GP appointments, order medication, view some items of your medical records and much more.

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