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On-line repeat prescriptions and appointment booking now available

SystmOnline has just been introduced into the surgery. This new system not only provides an improved method of ordering your repeat prescriptions on-line, but it also allows you to access a number of other services such as on-line appointment bookings and cancellations.

In order to gain access to SystmOnline, please bring some form of identification (something with your photograph on, such as a passport or a new-style driving licence) into the surgery so that we can issue you with a user name and password.

Once you have a user name and password, you can access SystmOnline by clicking on the link in 'On-Line Services'

 

Sign up for Appointment Reminders

We are now able to text you a couple of days prior to your appointment to remind you about it. If you would like to register for this service, please ask at Reception or download an SMS Text Messaging Consent Form (accessed from the 'Appointments' tab on the left of the page)

 

eDSM - Sharing your medical records

You now have control over the way your clinical record is shared between the different teams of clinical staff treating you both now and in the future. For more details and to download a Consent Form, please click on the link on the right of this page.

 

Named GP for patients aged 75 and over 

From the 1st of July all patients 75 years and over will have a named GP. The practice will be writing to those patients shortly, informing them of that GP and giving them the option to change if they wish. We can usually tell from the records who our patients prefer to see and this will be the basis of how we select the named GP.

This does not mean, however, that you have to see your named GP. Patients can still choose to see any GP (known as a shared rather than a personal list system) and this is the most usual arrangement for GP surgeries in England.

 
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