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FROM MONDAY 15TH JUNE 2020 ANY PATIENT OR VISITOR ATTENDING ANY OF OUR SITES WILL BE ASKED TO WEAR A FACE COVERING.  THIS IS FOLLOWING CURRENT GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE.

On Thursday November 12th the surgeries at all sites will be closed for training from 12noon and re open at 0800hrs on Friday 13th November. If you need medical assistance while we are closed please call either 111 for advice or 999 for emergencies.

Online Services

For information on how to access your coded medical records please refer to the section headed Online Services under Further Information.

 

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Online Services

Website information

OnLine Patient Services

Practices are increasingly enabling patients to be able to request repeat prescriptions and book appointments online.

Some patients may wish to access more information online and contractually from 1st April 2015 practices are obliged to assist access to medications, allergies and adverse reactions as a minimum and from the 1st April 2016 patients will be able to access detailed coded data from their medical records.

If you would like online access to your Detailed Coded Records please read the Practice leaflet before completing the Online Access to Medical Records Application Form. Please bring the completed form to reception along with 2 forms of identity ( 1 being photo ID).

Your medical records will be reviewed by a clinician. The Practice will not approve on-line access to detailed coded information if it is deemed that it may cause physical and / or mental harm to the patient. Some elements may be marked as sensitive / confidential and will not be shared via Online Services.

The review of your medical records should take no longer than 28 days depending on demand. If your request has been denied, an appointment with a GP will be made to discuss the reasons for this.

For more information please read the Practice protocol

Links:

Information Leaflet

Application Form

Proxy Application Form

Practice Policy 

 

 

 



 
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