Access to online services and medical records

Online services access

Patients are now able to manage appointments and repeat prescriptions online using the buttons on this page. You can register for online access or you can email your medication directly to the practice. If you wish to have an online account please fill in the relevant forms and provide 2 forms of ID, one proof of address & one photographic ID FORMS

Practice Policy for patient online access

Practice Leaflet for Online Access

Online Access Application Form

Application for consent to Proxy access for online services

Access to medical records

The 1st of April marks a contractual requirement for GP practices to offer patient’s access to information in their online medical record, to comply with new NHS ENGLAND guidelines.

As of this date patients will be able to request access (written pro-forma) to their detailed ‘coded’ information. Detailed Coded information may be to include, BP readings, Procedures, Immunisations, Blood & Urine Test Results, Allergies and Medication. This is a huge step up from the services we currently offer, and we appreciate your help in this matter.

We would also like to inform you to the changes in guidelines for access to the online record for young people. Guidelines advise that no access to detailed ‘coded’ information should be given to those aged 11-16. We have therefore adopted this policy. If you are interested in this enhanced services please contact the surgery directly for further information and fill in the relevant forms.

The surgery is registered under the Data Protection Act 1984. GDPR allows, patients to view their records,at the discretion of the Doctors.  A Subject Access Request Form must be completed and sent to the Practice Manager.

Also please see our link below  for more information.

Subject Access Request Policy (SAR) May 18

Subject Access to Medical Records Form