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Do It Online


GP Online Services for Patients

It is easy to book/cancel your appointment and order your prescription online, using Patient Access or via the myGP app (download the app from either Apple or Android devices) on your smartphone/tablet device.

Next time you come to the practice, bring some photo ID with you (such as a passport or driving licence) and one of our staff can register you for this service.

Once we have registered you at the practice, you will need to complete your registration online.

If you wish to sign up to enable you to book appointments online ONLY, please go patient access click on REGISTER, enter NO when asked if you have a registration letter from your practice and then proceed.

If you wish to sign up to order your prescription, please fill out the online registration form.

The Benefits

GP online services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year, so it can often be easier and more convenient than a phone call or making a special journey to our practice.

You can also request access to online services on behalf of someone you care for.

Why you should register for online services?

  • Save yourself a phone call - logging online to book an appointment takes just a minute.
  • It is easier to order your prescription - you don't need to journey to the practice or wait around on the phone, you can see which repeat prescription needs to be ordered and only order the ones you need.
  • It is more convenient for you - online services are available 24/7, every day of the year so you don't need to wait until the surgery is open.
  • You can also update your demographic details - including telephone numbers and email addresses to make sure that you receive reminders and information from the practice.

Find out more

More information about registering for online services can be found in this leaflet or on the NHS Choices website.

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