- book or cancel appointments
- order repeat prescriptions
- view your test results and,
- change your contact information online.
If you are already a registered user then click here to access the EMIS Patient Access system.
For more information visit https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/gps/gp-online-services/
You can also nominate someone to access your record on your behalf, by granting them Proxy Access, this could be for someone that cares for you. Please note this is only for patients over the age of 16.
If you would like to register for either of the above please read the information below.
Registering for Online Access
The registration is simple - but for security we will need you to come into the practice with some proof of ID before we give you a PIN and access ID. Acceptable ID is a photo driving licence (with current address) and a passport. Click on these links for the application form and an information leaflet. This needs to be completed and brought in to reception with your ID.
We do NOT give access to those under the age of 16 years old.
The 'Patient Access' system can be accessed via the web at the link above from any web enabled device including tablets and mobile phones.
You and the person that you nominate will both need to sign an application form and ID
will need to be provided with the completed application form for both of you
when returning the form to reception. The form and further information is available here.
If you are unable to attend with your nominated representative, the practice will telephone you to your confirm your consent.
We cannot currently give a parent or guardian Proxy Access for those patients under the age of 16 years old.
Patient and practice benefit
Online access to appointment booking not only saves both time and money for the practice, but also allows reception staff to focus on other key areas and provide a better service to patients. The service has benefits for patients without internet access too - online booking system means that less people will be ringing the surgery, so it makes the practice more accessible over the phone.