Online Services allows you to access a range of services via your computer, mobile or tablet. Once you have registered you will be able to book appointments, order repeat prescriptions, change contact details and view part of your medical record.
If you are not already registered for Online Services (such as Patient Access) you can do so by visiting our reception desk, you must do so in person and bring with you two forms of ID, one presenting your photo and the other your address. For example your photo driving licence, passport, national 60+ bus pass, birth certificate, or any of these documents dated within the last 12 months; bank statement, council tax statement, P60/P45. Online Services are only available to those aged 16 or over. Please note if you would like access to view part of your medical record (medications, allergies/adverse reactions, immunisations, test results and coded data such as reason for consultation) there is also an information leaflet to view and consent form to complete.
The myGP app provides a fast and easy way to book and cancel your appointments for yourself and any dependents using your smartphone. You can also receive appointment reminders via the app, create alerts for medication reminders and track and record your weight and blood pressure to help you stay healthy. The app is available to download via Google Play and the App store. For more information, click here. To register for the app, your mobile number needs to be on your patient record so please contact reception on 01995 607399 to update your details if necessary. If you are registered for online services, you can also link your accounts, enabling you to also order your repeat prescriptions via myGP. Instructions available here.
More information on online services, including 'how to' leaflets and videos of patient experiences, can be found on the nhs website here.
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