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Online Access

You can now book GP appointments and order repeat medication online with Patient Access.

If you have already signed up for this service and created an account please CLICK HERE

How to Register

You must register your details for this service before you can create an account.

It’s quick and easy to register – simply follow the three steps below.

Remember, when using Patient Access all your personal information is safe and secure.

Register in three easy steps

Step one:

Ask at reception for a registration form. This provides all the information you need to register to use the Patient Access internet facilities. We need to verify your identity at this stage so please bring suitable photo-id (such as a passport or driving licence) and evidence of your home address (such as a bank statement or utility bill). Patients under the age of 16 cannot register themselves, however parents may register children under the age of 16.

Step two:

CLICK HERE to visit the Patient Access website and create your account.

Step three:

Enter your personal registration details exactly as they appear on the registration form. If the information does not match, your registration will not be accepted.

Nurse Appointments Online

From August 2017 we will be introducing a trial of online bookable appointments for our nursing team. 

However, there are a number of restrictions that apply to these appointments and the following criteria must be adhered to.  Failure to do so may result in your appointment being delayed or cancelled.  Please ensure you make one appointment for each problem. If you are unsure please ring the reception team who will be able to advise you further.  Appointments are available for:

Blood tests (exception – pregnancy bloods and INR)

Pill Checks

Injections (exception – baby immunisations and travel vaccinations)

BP Reviews

Small Wound Care (not complex wounds)

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