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ALL PATIENTS HAVE NOW BEEN ALLOCATED A NAMED GP. YOU CAN STILL SEE YOUR GP OF CHOICE, THS WILL NOT AFFECT YOUR CARE. ASK RECEPTION FOR DETAILS.

Do It Online

Online Services

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 & Cancel appointments with your Doctor online when it suits you. Your surgery will choose which appointments can be booked online.

Order repeat prescriptions online.  Some  patients have found that they save money and time as they don't need to make a special trip to their Surgery to order repeat prescriptions.

Look at part of your medical records online.  You can look at your medical records whenever you want, even from the comfort of your own home, and find answers to questions you may have without ringing your doctor.  Review your test results.

Prescriptions

1.  Order a repeat prescription - Emis Patient Access login

 

Pathology Test Results

Did you know that you can now access your pathology results via Emis Patient Access.  You need to have an Emis Patient Access account to do this

Appointments

Phone Consultations

Cancel your appointment

About You

Let us know if your name or contact details have changed

Help us to keep your clinical record up to date

 

How to Sign Up for online services

It isn't hard to start using online services.  The Surgery will need to check who you are to make sure you only see your record and not someone else's.  Just like you bank of the post office when you pick up a parcel, your surgery wants to protect your records from people who are not allowed to see them.  The steps below explain how this works.

1.  Tell the Surgery that you want to use online services.

2.  You will be given a leaflet to explain the process to register.

 
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