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On Line Access and the NHS App

On Line Services and the NHS App

Its so easy, Order prescriptions and book appointments on line, simply complete this application form and bring it to the practice: On Line Access application form

Please Read the policy document On Line Access Policy as certain restrictions apply and we are currently unable to grant access to children under 16.

Alternatively Download the NHS App via the App store or Google Play

Use the NHS App to:

  • check your symptoms
  • find out what to do when you need help urgently
  • book and manage appointments at your GP surgery
  • order repeat prescriptions
  • securely view your GP medical record
  • register to be an organ donor
  • choose how the NHS uses your data

Detailed Coded Medical Record Access is also available

Patients are already able to request on -line access to book appointments, order repeat medication and view their medication and allergies.

Since April 2016 Patients can now request access to the detailed coded part of their medical record.  The process requires patients to complete an application form, provide two forms of identification, including photo ID, and to read and sign a policy which states they will protect their own information.

Access will be provided on a case by case basis and all records will be checked for third party information which must be removed or redacted in line with data protection, and any information of a sensitive nature may either be removed or redacted before access can be granted. Patients who are believed to be coerced or have any history of domestic abuse will be declined access. Please contact the practice for further information. 

Detailed Coded Medical Record Access Registration form

On Line Access Policy Document

On Line access Information leaflet

Identity Documents requirements for detailed coded record access

 

 

 



 
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