Noticeboard

Covid Vaccination Clinics have been running since December 2020.We have now offered vaccinations to all patients in groups 1 - 9 and have now started to book second vaccinations. There are still a number of patients who have not responded to our invitations but we can still arrange vaccinations and would encourage anyone who did not respond initially to contact the practice so that an appointment can be arranged.

Online Services

How to register for Patient Access

Patient Access is a great online service for patients that allows you to book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view parts of your medical record. The services can be accessed from your home PC, Tablet or Mobile phone.

Register at the surgery in person

Come into the surgery with two forms of ID, one Photo ID (passport or driving licence) and a completed application for online services form which can be printed off below. Alternatively copies of this form are available from reception.

The completed form will be processed and will generate a Patient Access Pin Document. This document will be forwarded to you at the email address provided on the application form and will provide all the information you need to sign up for a Patient Access account online. 

Register on line

You can also register for this service online without visiting your practice straight away at Patient Access

At the end of the registration process, please remember to write down your User ID as you will need this to access your Patient Access account.

Once you've registered online, you will still need to follow some of the steps outlined in Register at the Surgery so that we can give you full access to your account.

Once you have completed your online registration you will have access to some or all of the following online services:

- Book / Cancel appointments

- Order repeat prescriptions

- View parts of your medical records.

Application for Online Services

Please see further information:

GP Online Patient Guide

Protecting your Online Record

Online Guide for Carers and Young People

Supporting People with Learning Disabilities

Giving Other People Access

Giving Employed Carers Access

Access for Young People



 
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