Patient Online Services
Login Patient Access Online Services
We are now offering the following online services to patients:
- Book doctor’s appointments online
- Request repeat prescriptions for any medications you take regularly
- Inform us of any change to your contact details
- View your medical record in basic form (including test results)
For more information, please visit NHSChoices
How do I register?
Please read the Patient information leaflet
Download a registration form and hand the completed form in at the reception desk.
Patient Access Registration Form
Please remember to also bring photo ID and proof of address.
Alternatively, you can register online on the Patient Access website and book an initial doctor’s appointment but will need to come to the surgery in person to complete the online access registration process. Please remember to bring the completed registration form, photo ID and proof of address to your appointment and hand in at reception.
Help with online services
Our online services are supported by Patient Access. Help with online services
Proxy access means access to online services by somebody acting on behalf of a patient, for example the patient’s parent or carer. To obtain proxy access a person must be registered for online access at the practice where the patient they are acting for is registered. Patients may choose to share their account credentials with family, friends and carers (including a care home) but as part of their access application they must be advised of the risks associated with doing this. Proxy access is the recommended alternative to sharing login details.
Our practice policy is to allow proxy access for parents or carers of children up to the age of 16. Around the child’s 16th birthday online access will be disabled. The young person will need to visit the practice to apply for personal access as an adult.