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Online Access and Communication

mobile phone You can now register to receive information by text message on your phone regarding appointments and health care. 

If you wish to register for this messaging service please print out the consent form below and bring it along to the surgery along with some form of photo i.d.


Patient Facing Services

The demand for technology is increasing in all areas of life, including in healthcare. Patient Facing Services will allow for a closer relationship between patients and their GP practice. The GPSoC patient facing services requirements enable citizens to access a range of online services, as long as they're enabled by the patient's GP practice. These services include but are not limited to:

  • Online access to your GP patient record
  • Online appointment booking tool
  • Online ordering of repeat prescriptions
  • Online communication with practices (either one-way or two-way)

Patients must visit their practice, register for online services at the reception and verify their identity with the appropriate documents. They will receive an access code and credentials, and can then choose to register with any patient facing service provider which integrates with the GP practice clinical system. Alternatively if they are already using an online Patient Facing Service they can obtain their linkage code without having to return to their practice.

If you wish to have online access please download and print the following form and bring it along to the surgery with 2 forms of id, one photo and one proof of residence. Alternatively you can get the form from reception if you don't have access to a printer.

You will not be registered until this part of the process has been completed.

 Online Access Application Form

If you need help using our online system (The Waiting Room) you can view the Patient's User Guide here:

Patient's User Guide to The Waiting Room

Waiting Room Entry Button



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