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The Practice now offers a number of services online including: -

  • booking an appointment
  • viewing aspects of your medical record, including test results

To register for online services you will need to complete our Terms of Use form Terms of Use form and then bring it to the Surgery with photo ID so Reception staff can verify your identity.  You will then be given the unique codes document that will allow you to complete your registration.

We are now able to offer proxy access so you can view multiple patients on your patient access, this may be for children or adults that are in your care. Please download and fill in the relevant form that fits the criteria for the proxy access you are requesting. These are as follows; Children under 11 years of age, (please be aware that when your child turns 11, you will need to complete a new proxy access form for 11-16 year olds and may be kicked out of the patients record until this has been done.) Terms of use proxy user access non vulnerable adultsProxy access for patients aged 11-16 years old,  Proxy access for vulnerable adults.

For all other proxy access queries, please contact the surgery for further advice or click on the following link for more information www.patientaccess.com

DID YOU KNOW? - once registered you can access online services on the go by downloading the Patient Access App onto your mobile device.  Go to your App store of choice and search "Patient Access".

PLEASE NOTE THAT TO ORDER REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS YOU CAN USE THIS WEBSITE (WE DO NOT USE PATIENT ACCESS FOR THIS SERVICE) - PLEASE GO TO THE PRESCRIPTIONS TAB OR LINK BELOW


Your NHS data matters!

If you want to know more about how your NHS data is used for research and planning and your options in relation to the sharing of this please click here.

Do we have your mobile phone number? We can remind you about: -

  • Appointments
  • regular check ups
  • health campaigns
  • special clinics eg flu vaccination clinics

Please click on this consent form to provide us with your details.


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