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Patient Online Access

Patient Access allow you to view, depending on the level of online access that you have, the following:

  • Order repeat prescriptions and view medications
  • View your test results
  • Look at documents
  • View your allergies and adverse reactions
  • Look at your immunisation history
  • Read your recent consultations
  • Update your contact details

For more information on how to register please read the following guide:

Information Video's

Below are some video’s to help you navigate the new Patient Access website, if you require further help please visit the Patient Access support page

 The video’s below show you how to register on both the website and the app, after receiving the registration letter from the practice.

Registering on the website.

Registering on the app.

The video's below show how to order repeat medication on both the website and the app.

How to order on the website.

How to order on the app.

The video’s below show you how to book routine GP appointments on both the website and the app.

How to book using the website.

How to book using the app.


Further information

  • You may not register on behalf of another patient
  • Under 11’s - Parents or guardians may register for Online Access for their children up to the age of 10, but you need an individual email address for each online access account. Access to medical record viewer will be disabled without further warning when the young person reaches the age of 11 to safeguard the child’s confidentiality. Transactional services (appointments, medication) will be unaffected, but children should be aware that their parents or guardian can access to this information until they change their log on details.
  • Children aged 11 – 18 - We do not recommend children apply for access to detailed record viewer until after they reach the age of 18. This is to reduce the risk to teenagers of coming under pressure to unwillingly give access to their record to someone else.

 

 



 
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