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On-line Access

Text and Email Communications

We provide useful information to our patients by text message and email e.g. appointment reminders, relevant health care advice

If you wish to receive text and email communications from us please fill out this form

On Line Appointment Booking, Repeat Prescription Ordering and Record Viewing

You can do all of this using the Patient Access website. If you already have logon details to access your medical records please click here to go to the Patient Access website (it will open in a new window)

If you would like to request access to your medical records please carry on reading (an application form is at the bottom of the page)...



1 For patients or parents/carers who are granted on-line access to their medical records, they will be permitted to see the following parts of their medical records on-line:

1.1      Summary

1.2      Problems

1.3      Medications

1.4      Immunisations

1.5      Allergies


2 The following registered patients may have access to their own medical records on-line:

2.1      Aged 16 years and above


3 All requests for on-line access will be reviewed by a practice GP

Access may be granted on the following basis

3.1      Full access to all permitted fields

3.2      Full access but with some fields limited and/or some records hidden

3.3      Access withheld pending a consultation between the GP and patient and/or parent/carer


Patients may request the removal of on-line access

5.1      All such requests will be reviewed by the GP and access will be withdrawn if the GP agrees


Please click on the link below to download a form if you wish to request on-line access to your medical records or request removal of access for a parent/carer. Please hand the completed form to reception or post it to us.

Online access patient request form

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