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GP On-line Services Appointment Booking

Did you know that since April 2015, GP On-line services has been available at this practice? Just like online banking, you can look at your GP records on a computer, a tablet or a smartphone, using a website or an app. You can choose to:

• Book and cancel appointments with your doctor or nurse online, when it suits you.

• Order repeat prescriptions online.  

• Look at part of your GP records online. You can look at your records whenever you want, even from the comfort of your home, and find answers to questions you may have without ringing your doctor. Online services are free to use and are just another way of contacting us, your GP Practice. 

Guide for patients to GP On-line Services

Before you can start using GP on-line services for booking on-line appointments or ordering  repeat prescriptions(using the Patient Access system) you must first register your details for this service  with one of our receptionists. 

All you need to do is just come in to the surgery and tell the receptionist you are interested in signing up for GP on-line services and you will be provided with a personal letter containing some access details. You will then need to 'Register' on Patient Access and activate your account and go live. 

To register yourself and create an account with Patient Access click here (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed). Please note this will only give you limited access you will still need to come into the surgery to register fully.

When registered you will be able to view any appointments you have already made, cancel them if necessary, or book a new appointment with the doctor.

When you book an appointment online you will receive confirmation which you can print off and bring with you when you attend the surgery. There is no need to reconfirm.



 
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