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Register for online services

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In co-operation with emis, our computer system supplier, we provide a service that enables you access to your healthcare online.

You will need to firstly register with the surgery (see Registration for Patient access below) and then online with the information the surgery has provided.

Once you've created an account you will be able to use the on-line services of our practice. These include appointments, repeat medication and updating your personal information.

Please note - you can only book 10 minute appointments via this system and not 'procedures' e.g. coil fittings. These must be booked by calling the surgery of your choice.

Registration for Patient Access

Each adult aged 16 and over must register in person at reception with some proof of identity such as a passport, driver's licence or utility bill. Parents/guardians may register their children under 16. You will be given a registration letter with an access code and PIN number, unique to each patient, which you will need when you first register online. Full instructions will be provided on the registration letter.  The process is similar to registering for internet banking and is just as secure.

If you are housebound, we will accept a written request quoting your date of birth, enclosing a document confirming your identity, e.g. a utility bill, and a stamped self-addressed envelope. We will then post your registration letter to you.

Please read the terms of use and the information about your privacy which apply to this website.


Register online or sign in here

New users and returning users with new passwords will need to click the Register button before they can sign in. Help on this can be found here.

Access to this system is permitted to authorised users ONLY. Unauthorised attempts are considered a criminal offence and could be prosecuted.

 



 
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