Patient Access

Once registered, you will be able to book, view, amend, cancel GP appointments for yourself and request repeat prescriptions. 

Also offers the facility to view online, export or print summary information from your record relating to medication, immunisations, allergies and adverse reactions.  To register you will need to fill in a form and provide photo ID. 

Access for Children, parents and guardians

Child access will automatically be disabled when a child reaches the age of 11.

A competency assessment will be carried out, regardless of the outcome a parent/guardian/carer will re-apply using Proxy Access Registration Process, where a competent child must authorise the request for Proxy Access.  This will be at the discretion of a clinician.

A child deemed competent may have access to their online record or authorise a parent/carer to have Proxy Access.

Where a child is deemed not to be competent, a parent will apply for access but will be registered as a Proxy User.

View your Medical Record On-line (Detailed Coded Record Access)

Patient Access enables you to use the internet to book appointments with your GP and view your summary medical record online.  You can now apply for access to your detailed coded medical record online which includes the information from your summary medical record as well as additional coded information. 

These requests are considered on a case by case basis by your GP.  Where agreed, this process may take up to 4 weeks to complete.

If you are interested, please ask at Reception for a leaflet (Access GP Records Online - Patient Information Leaflet) and the Application Form. 

You will need to bring the completed form to reception along with current photo ID and proof of address such as a recent bank statement or utility bill. 

Please note if you already have access to the online appointment booking services, but wish to now have access to your detailed coded record, you will have to apply for this enhanced level of access with the application form and ID requirements mentioned above.

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